Father and daughter charged with Park Royal stabbing

PUBLISHED: 13:53 25 June 2015 | UPDATED: 14:01 25 June 2015

Harold Road in Park Royal (Pic credit: Google streetview)

Harold Road in Park Royal (Pic credit: Google streetview)


A father and daughter have been charged with stabbing a man in the neck in Park Royal.

William Mills, 59, and 21-year-old Harley Hatto-Mills, both of Harold Wood, Park Royal, are accused of actual bodily harm following the incident last week.

Aamir Sahki, 22, from Staines, is also charged with knifing the 24-year-old who was found injured in Harold Road last Wednesday.

He was taken to a hospital where he received treatment for his injury which is not serious.

All three will appear before Feltham Magistrates’ Court on July 2.

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