Nine in court over Danny O’Shea murder in Custom House

08:21 21 June 2012

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Nine accused of murder appear in court

Scotland Yard have revealed that nine men have been accused of murder of teenager Danny O’Shea in Custom House last year.

Danny O’Shea, 18, of Gill Avenue, was killed close to his home on December 2.

Police and paramedics found him in Gill Avenue but he died at the scene. A stab wound to the neck was given as the cause of death.

All nine have also been accused of conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm. They are due to appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court this morning.

The accused are Paul Johnson, 33, O’Neil Wareham, 29, Andrew Johnson, all from Harrow; Kevin Richards, 32, from Willesden; Ferron Perue, 24, from Birmingham; Nugent Rowe, 29, from Pinner; Christopher Nathaniel, 40,from Poplar and Paul Boadi, 34, also from Poplar and David Hylton, 47, from Camden.

They will all appear in custody in court today.

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