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Kenton murder: Wembley teen due in court accused of killing Che Labastide-Wellington

PUBLISHED: 06:45 02 December 2015

Che Labastide-Wellington was stabbed to death on November 8 (Pic: Facebook)

Che Labastide-Wellington was stabbed to death on November 8 (Pic: Facebook)

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A second man is due at the Old Bailey today charged with the murder of a teenager outside a 16th birthday party in Kenton.

Walker Sesay, 18, of Rawlings Crescent, Wembley, is accused of killing Che Labastide-Wellington in the early hours of November 8.

The 17-year-old from Harrow, was stabbed to death in Belvedere Way, in an alleyway outside the party, alongside a 16-year-old boy who survived.

Sesay is also accused of the younger boy’s attempted murder.

He appeared before Hendon Magistrates’ Court on Monday where he was remanded in custody for a hearing today.

Calvin Tudor, 21, of Kelly Close, Neasden, was charged with Che’s murder and attempted murder earlier this month.

He was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey for a Plea and Case Management Hearing on February 2.

To date police have also arrested two boys age 15, a 16-year-old, three men age 18, 22, 28, two aged 21 and two 19-year-olds on suspicion of murder and attempted murder.

A 14-year-old boy has also been held on suspicion of possessing an offensive weapon.

All have been bailed to return to a police station at a later date.

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