Detectives investigating the murder of a teenager who died after a lump of concrete was thrown at his car have charged a third man with violent disorder.
17-year-old student Nassem Galleze was killed after the car he was travelling in collided with a lamp post on the Turnham Estate in Brockley, south east London, on September 26th.
21-year-old Shiloh Moore from Hackney is due to appear in custody at Wimbledon Magistrates' Court charged with violent disorder.
Tershan Thompson-Williams, 21, and 22-year-old Remi Moore have previously appeared at Bromley Magistrates' Court charged with the same offence.
Detectives investigating the murder of 17-year-old Nassem Galleze have made a further arrest.
Nassem, a 17-year-old student, died after a lump of concrete was thrown at a car he was travelling in. Police were called at shorty after 3pm on Saturday, 26th September to reports of a fight on St Norbert Road.
Emergency crews attended and found Nassem - a rear seat passenger - in a Vauxhall Corsa that had collided with a lamppost.
He was taken to a south London hospital and died later the same day.
A 21-year-old man was arrested today. He is the sixth person to be arrested in connection with the investigation.
Detectives continue to investigate the circumstances which led to Nassem's death in Brockley.
A 14-year-old boy has been stabbed in the back in a street in south east London - the third knife attack on a child in the capital this week.
The boy is in hospital with non life-threatening injuries after the incident near the Royal British Legion club on Eddystone Road, Brockley, at around 8pm.
On Wednesday a 13-year-old boy was arrested after a 14-year-old was stabbed in the thigh on his way to school.
A 12-year-old boy remains in a serious condition after he was stabbed in the chest eight times at flats in Hoxton on Tuesday.
A cat who went missing from his home in Brockley turned up 450 miles away in Fife, Scotland after his owners had given up the search thinking he was dead.
The Daily Mail reports that nine-year-old Pablo was reunited with his owners when he turned up in a branch of TSB in the Scottish county and settled down for a nap on one of the chairs.
Staff handed him to a cats charity where he was checked for a microchip and his owners were found. How he made the epic journey remains a mystery, however.
The woman and young girl were taken to hospital suffering from shock. Anyone with information can call police on 020 8284 8337 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A woman and her four-year-old granddaughter have endured a terrifying daylight raid by a gang of masked and armed burglars in Brockley, south east London.
Five balaclava-clad men, who had guns and a knife, forced their way in to the property on St Asaph Road. They demanded money and searched the property shortly after 3pm on Monday.
Paris Morgans-Turrell, a 12-year-old girl missing from Brockley has been found, according to the Metropolitan Police.
Police are renewing appeals for help in tracing a 12 year old girl from Brockley. Paris Morgans-Turrell, who's 12, was last seen on Saturday evening.
She failed to return home after leaving her aunt's home in Whitburn Road at around half past seven.
Paris is black, with red/brown shoulder length hair and she was last seen wearing a black puffer jacket and black leggings. The leggings are very distinctive due to bold white letters and numbers.
Officers from the Missing Persons Unit at Lewisham are urgently seeking any information of Paris's whereabouts, and ask that if possible she contact her family or police herself.Anyone with information should call police on 020-8284 8455; or call Missing People on 116 000