Man found guilty of possessing a firearm after fatal shooting of Brent college student
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A man has been found guilty of possessing a firearm following the fatal shooting of a Brent college student.
Chleve Massi was shot at a house party in Thamesmead on February 1 2015.
The 24-year-old, known as ‘Clive’ to friends, was in the second year of an HND in Vehicle Operations Management course at the College of North West London which has campuses in Willesden and Wembley.
Scion Fogah-Brown, 25, of no fixed address, was found guilty of possession of a firearm and violent disorder at The Old Bailey on December 20.
On February 1 2015 he was found not guilty of Mr Massi’s murder.
The court heard how victim Mr Massi arrived with four friends at a birthday party in Sark Tower, Erebus Drive, at around 4.20am but was shot before he made it beyond the hallway of the thirteenth floor flat.
A Scotland Yard spokesman described how his friends carried him from the flat and left Sark Tower in three cars including a grey Audi A3 and a dark blue Ford Focus.
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Police officers came across the Audi A3 and the Ford Focus which had stopped on Western Way, Thamesmead, after receiving reports of shots fired in Erebus Drive.
Mr Massi was found in the Ford Focus suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest and died later that morning in hospital.
A total of 21 people were arrested in connection with the murder, police said.
A specific motive for the killing has never been discovered by police.
A police reward of up to £20,000 for information leading to a prosecution has never been claimed.
Fogah-Brown will be sentenced on Friday for possession of a firearm and violent disorder.
Det Insp Steven Keogh of the Met’s Homicide and Major Crime Command (HMCC), said: “The jury found Fogah-Brown guilty of possessing a firearm and violent disorder, which means he will receive a custodial sentence.”