Fourth man charged over Kingston Oceana fatal stabbing

12:10 03 December 2012

Jamie Sanderson died after an incident at Oceana last month

Jamie Sanderson died after an incident at Oceana last month

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A fourth man will appear at the Old Bailey tomorrow in connection with the death of Jamie Sanderson at the Oceana nightclub in Kingston.

Levan Greenfield, 22, of no fixed abode, was charged on Friday with murder.

Jamie, 20, of Southall, died in hospital after an incident at the venue in Clarence Street on October 25

Ashley Milne, 22, of Peckham, Brandon Francis, 19, also of Peckham, and Benjamin Onwuma, 20, of Walworth are currently remanded in custody having previously been charged with murder.

Police have since revoked Oceana’s licence after what they describe as a high level of crime around the venue.

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