Nashon Esbrand: Dillon Zambon and boy, 15, charged with murder

PUBLISHED: 07:43 07 September 2017 | UPDATED: 10:28 12 September 2017

Nashon Esbrand, 27, had celebrated the birth of his daughter the week before he was killed.

Nashon Esbrand, 27, had celebrated the birth of his daughter the week before he was killed.


A man and a boy have been charged with murdering Islington man Nashon Esbrand.

Dillon Zambon, 19, was charged with Nashon’s murder yesterday. And a 15-year-old boy was also charged with murder this morning.

They will both appear in custody at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court this morning.

A 17-year-old boy was also arrested on suspicion of murder on Monday, and has been bailed until early next month.

Dad-of-one Nashon was found stabbed in Mitchison Road, off Essex Road in Canonbury, at about 7pm on August 24. He died early the next day.

Update: Zambon and the 15-year-old appeared at the Old Bailey this morning for a mention hearing. They have been remanded in custody ahead of another hearing on November 27.

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