Marcus Innocent death: Fifth man charged with murder

06:45 31 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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A fifth person has been charged with the murder of Marcus Innocent.

Mr Innocent was found dead in Kingsman Street, Woolwich, on November 19 last year.

Scotland Yard said today they had charged Raffael Scialo, 24, of Greenwich, with his murder. Scialo is due to appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court today.

Previously police have charged four other men with murder.

They are Richard Brennan, 28, and Jack Brennan, 21, both of the Greenwich area, Perry Sutton, 24, unemployed, of Green Road, Dartford, and Danial Burgess, 32, of Weardale Avenue, Dartford.

Sutton is also charged with possession of a self loading pump action smooth bore gun.

They have all been remanded in custody.

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