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Adjourned: Court appearance of four man charged with Oliver Tetlow murder in Harlesden

PUBLISHED: 15:56 12 September 2016 | UPDATED: 10:35 14 March 2017

Oliver Tetlow was gunned down in Church Road

Oliver Tetlow was gunned down in Church Road

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A scheduled court appearance of four men accused of shooting dead an innocent bystander in a drive-by shooting in Harlesden has been adjourned until next month.

Oliver Tetlow died after a gunman open fired with a suspected ‘Uzi’ in Church Road on March 9.

Detectives investigating the murder believe the 27-year-old was not the intended target.

Romarne Young, 22, from London, Mohammed Siamino, 19, from Acton, David Osadebay, 29, of Crest Road, Neasden, and Jahmico Trott, 28, from Hulme in Manchester are accused of Mr Tetlow’s murder.

All four were due before the Old Bailey on Friday for a plea and case management hearing.

The hearing has now been adjourned until October 14.

A trial date has been set for December 5.

 

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