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Walthamstow man charged with murder after extradition from Italy

Vittorio Di Murro was charged with the murder of Jordan Briscoe who was stabbed to death in Tottenham in March

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A Walthamstow man was charged with the murder of Jordan Briscoe after being extradited from Italy yesterday.

Vitorrio Di Muro, 25, of Hartington Road in Walthamstow was held after arriving at Heathrow Airport yesterday (22nd November). He was also charged with one count of robbery and will appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates Court today (23rd November).


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He is the sixth person to be charged as part of the investigation into the murder of Jordan Briscoe, who was found with stab wounds on Arnold Road in Tottenham at 10.17pm on 5th March.

Two other Walthamstow men have already been charged with murder and robbery; Karl Black, 43, of Cassiobury Road, and Jabir Sitar, 21, of Clacton Road.

Christina Manen, 36, of Ramsgate in Kent, has been charged with manslaughter and robbery, and Jahoe Allen, 33, of no fixed address, has been charged with murder and robbery.

A 17-year-old boy has also been charged with murder and robbery. The five charged are due to appear on trial at the Old Bailey on 8th January 2024.


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