Marcus Innocent death: Two men charged with murder

08:46 25 January 2013

Marcus Innocent was found dead last year. Picture: Met Police

Marcus Innocent was found dead last year. Picture: Met Police

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Two more people have been charged with the murder of a man in Woolwich.

Marcus Innocent was found dead in Kingsman Street on November 19 last year.

Yesterday police charged Richard Brennan, 28, and Jack Brennan, 21, both of the Greenwich area, with the murder of Mr Innocent. They are both due to appear in custody at Bromley Magistrates’ Court later this morning.

This brings to four the number of people charged in connection with Mr Innocent’s death.

Perry Sutton, 24, unemployed, of Green Road, Dartford, appeared in custody yesterday at Bexleyheath Magistrates’ Court charged with the murder of Mr Innocent and with possession of a self loading pump action smooth bore gun.

Daniel Burgess, 32, of Weardale Avenue, Dartford, appeared at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on December 24 charged with the murder of Mr Innocent. He was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on March 7.

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