Police were called to a £1 million property in north London to break up a party after 600 people turned up. According to the Evening Standard, the event was advertised on Facebook by a friend of 17-year-old Christopher Seale. He didn't realise the information could be seen by anyone.
A schoolgirl who went missing in Highgate Woods has been found safe, police said.
Nine-year-old Rosie James, who had been with her mother in the woods, had arranged to meet her friend nearby but never turned up.
Rosie went missing around 2pm on Friday, but the Met said she was found by a member of the public later that evening and would now be reunited with her family.
A police spokesman said there would not be a criminal investigation into her disappearance.
Police have launched a search after a nine year-old girl went missing in Highgate Woods in North London.
Rosie James from Hornsey was last seen this afternoon. The Met's helicopter was deployed this evening to try to spot her. Police say her disappearance is out of character.
Queueing traffic due to accident on A1 Archway Road Southbound at Holmesdale Road, congestion to B550 Southwood Lane (The Woodman Traffic Lights).
A 91-year-old was in court to see her mugger jailed. Lynne Elmer-Laird suffered a blood clot in her brain. The man who caused her injuries has been put behind bars for 11 years.
Eric Banton violently assaulted the pensioner for the £20 in her purse.
Lynne Elmer-Laird was on her way to the shops in August, when she was robbed in the street by Banton.
She was left with serious injuries and still bears the scars of her ordeal. Rags Martel has been to speak to her, as her attacker was sentenced.
A warning, you may find some of the pictures of the victim's injuries distressing.
Pensioner Lynne Elmer-Laird talked about her mugging after her attacker was jailed.
PC Paul Hallas, the investigating officer, of Haringey CID said:
Eric Banton deliberately targeted an elderly woman who, despite being frail from a fall, valued her independence enough to continue to shop and visit places in the local area. He left her on the ground with significant injuries and is lucky she had the resilience to pull through or he could have faced far mores serious charges.
Banton hoped to get away with his crime and it was only through CCTV images released through media appeals that he was identified, subsequently arrested and charged.
Mrs Elmer- Laird has shown tremendous bravery and courage through this ordeal and I hope these strengths will enable her to continue with her full and active life.
Eric Banton, 49, who robbed 91-year-old woman, Lynne Elmer-Laird, for just £20 in cash has been sentenced to 11 years imprisonment at Wood Green Crown Court.
Banton pleaded guilty to the offence last month.
A man who robbed and severely injured a 91 year old lady has been sentenced to 11 years. Lynne Elmer-Laird was in court for the sentencing. Her forehead is still visibly bruised from the attack on 14 August.
She described how Banton, a strong man who is 6 ft 2, forcibly pushed her over as he stole her handbag. Banton made off with £20 pounds. Miss Elmer-Laird suffered a blood clot to her brain, severe bruising and a broken arm. She told the court she now fears going out on her own since the attack.
Through his lawyer Eric Banton said he felt "deep remorse and deep shame" for his actions. Banton, who's 49 and from Northumberland Park, broke down in tears as the offence was read out, and continued to weep throughout the hearing at Wood Green Crown Court.
The man who robbed a 91-year-old woman in Highgate on 14th August is to be sentenced.
Eric Banton, 49, of Northumberland Park, N17, pleaded guilty to the offence last month.
When Lynne Elmer-Laird was robbed in the street by Banton, it was the first time in many months that she had decided to venture out to the shops as she had been recuperating from a fall.
Mrs Elmer-Laird, who walks with a stick, suffered a bleed to the brain, a broken arm and severe bruising. Banton made off with her purse which contained £20, her bank card and travel pass. Although now discharged from hospital Mrs Elmer-Laird still needs hospital treatment as an outpatient.