Fourth man charged with killing of Swiss Cottage teenager
A fourth man has appeared in court accused of stabbing Swiss Cottage teenager Milad Golmakani to death on a sports pitch in West Hampstead.
Police traced teenager Mohammed Hashi to the seaside town of Hastings and arrested him on November 4.
The 18-year-old has been charged with murder and also with the attempted murder of another 17-year-old boy.
He has been remanded in custody and is expected to be sent to crown court for trial.
Hashi, of Agricola Place in Enfield, had been on police bail since his original arrest on April 27.
It follows the killing of 22-year-old Mr Golmakani on April 20 in Mortimer Crescent.
Sean Hutton, 19, of Malden Road, Belsize Park, and Sean Ferdinand, 18, of Gilbeys Yard, Camden Town, are also set to stand trial at the Old Bailey next year for the murder of Mr Golmakani and the attempted murder of the 17-year-old boy.
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Another youth, who cannot be named due to his age, has also been charged with murder and attempted murder.
Mr Golmakani, an Iranian national, died in St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, from stab wounds to the chest and neck after he was attacked on the Abbey Estate, off Abbey Road, West Hampstead.
The 17-year-old was stabbed in the arm during the same incident and was treated by paramedics after he was found hiding in a shop in Boundary Road, Swiss Cottage.
Police are taking no further action against two teenagers who were arrested in the days after the murder.