A teenager who threatened to Taser a baby during a burglary in West London has been jailed for six years. 19-year-old Andre Shoy-Stone was part of a gang that broke into a woman's flat in Little Venice in September. She was asleep at the time.
Andre Shoy-Stone grabbed the woman's seven-month-old baby and demanded to be told the address of someone she knew. When she said she didn't know, her daughter was threatened with a Taser.
Detective Constable Nick Howard said: "This was a horrifying incident - there can be nothing more terrifying for a mother than her child being threatened in that way.
"Shoy-Stone was part of the group who ransacked the property but, despite extensive enquiries, other suspects remain outstanding and we would urge anyone with information to come forward."
A pregnant woman who fell to her death from a building in west London has been named as Georgina Drinkwater. The 30-year-old died last month after falling from the third floor of a building near Paddington. Detectives are treating her death as suspicious.
Even in the early hours of Sunday, Harrow Road, W10 was busy with traffic and people walking around.
I am specifically appealing to any witnesses who may have seen the woman fall from Orpheus House or anyone who was area just after 3am on Sunday, 23 February and witnessed this tragic incident to contact the police.
– Detective Inspector Colette Smyth, Homicide and Serious Crime Command
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