Fulham Teens Charged With Parsons Green Murder

Another arrest made this weekend in connection with killing of Hani Solomon

Hani Solomon killed in Parsons Green
Hani Solomon killed in Parsons Green. Picture: Metropolitan Police

A third person was arrested this Sunday (21 February) in connection with the death of Hani Solomon.

The17-year-old male was charged on Monday, 22 February with murder and grievous bodily harm.

He will appear in custody at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, 23 February.

Earlier two teenagers from the Fulham area were charged this Friday (19 February) with murder in connection with the killing.

18-year-old Ahmed Fatah of Fulham Road and an unnamed 17-year-old also face a charge of causing grievous bodily harm to a second victim.

They appeared in custody at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on the same day they were charged.

18-year-old Hani was killed in Parsons Green on Thursday 11 February. He was found with stab wounds on Ackmar Road at 6.42pm after police were called to reports of a fight taking place involving a group of males.

Despite the efforts of paramedics including those from the London Air Ambulance Service, Hani was pronounced dead at the scene at 7:28pm. A post mortem later confirmed the cause of death as a knife wound to the chest.

A second man, aged 20, was taken to hospital with a stab injury and later discharged. He was accompanied by a third man who was not injured.

Police subsequently attended a west London hospital after a 23-year-old man admitted himself. They were confirmed as not life-threatening and he was arrested on suspicion of murder. He remains on bail until a date in mid-March.

A fourth man was released with no further action.

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February 22, 2021