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Trio remanded over Andrew Jaipaul murder in Holloway

15:02 08 October 2012

Andrew Jaipaul

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Three people, including a 15-year-old boy, appeared in court today in connection with the fatal stabbing of Andrew Jaipaul in Holloway.

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Tommy McInerny, 20, of Pilgrims Way, Islington, Jojo Mafwa, 18, of St Margaret’s Avenue, Haringey, and the youth, from the Upper Holloway area were remanded in custody at the Old Bailey, charged with murder.

The trio is also charged with violent disorder. They are due to re-appear for a plea and case management hearing at the same court on January 10.

Painter decorator Andrew, 21, was stabbed on the Andover Estate, off Hornsey Road, on June 26 last year.

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