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Four men to appear in court charged with terrorising a “witness” in Kilburn

PUBLISHED: 10:19 21 November 2017 | UPDATED: 10:20 21 November 2017

Four men are to face trial charged with kidnapping and violently intimidating a man in Kilburn.

Detectives investigating an incident of “serious violence” in Albert Road, Kilburn, on November 14 charged the four men who will appear at Harrow Crown Court on December 14.

Myron Forbes, 23of Malvern Road, in Kilburn, was charged with false imprisonment, robbery, attempted grievous bodily harm with intent and intimidating a witness.

Prince Kodua-Owusu, 21, of Rupert Road, Kilburn, is charged with false imprisonment, robbery, attempted grievous bodily harm with intent and assault by penetration, said Scotland Yard.

Rakeem Kio Blackford, 23, of Stafford Road, Kilburn and Gale Mwanzo, 20 of Leigham Court Road, in Streatham Hill, are both charged with false imprisonment, robbery and attempted grievous bodily harm with intent.

All four men remain in custody until a plea and case management hearing.

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