- Police were called to reports of a cutting on Albany Parade in Brentford on Friday evening.
- A man has been accused of homicide and endeavoured murder following a twofold cutting in west London.
Norris Henry, 37, is accused of the homicide of Ali Abucar Ali, 20, and the endeavoured murder of an 82-year-elderly person, who were both assaulted at Albany Parade in Brentford on Friday night.
Mr Ali passed on at the scene and the lady was taken to the clinic with genuine blade wounds.
Mr Henry is expected to show up under the steady gaze of Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
The lady, who has not been authoritatively named, is in a genuine condition in the clinic however her wounds have been surveyed as non-hazardous, the Met Police said.
A group subsidizing page for Mr Ali has raised more than £50,000, beating its unique objective.
On the page, well-wishers considered Mr Ali a “valiant young fellow” and an “upstanding individual from our neighbourhood local area”.
Sample Nur expressed: “Ali was a particularly magnificent youngster who consistently urged my children to put forth a valiant effort while training them in b-ball.
“A genuine magnanimous saint.”
Abdulsatar Abdi Aden, who set up the group financing page, said: “May Allah raise our dearest sibling Ali .”