Two men charged with murder of man who died days after head injury

Two men have been charged with the murder of a Polish national, who died days after suffering a head injury.

Robert Dlugosz, aged 58, was found injured by emergency services at an address in Erwood Road, Charlton, on November 22.

At around 2.45pm, police officers were called to the property following reports that a man and a woman had been assaulted.

On arrival, officers found Mr Dlugosz with injuries consistent with an assault. A 47-year-old woman was also found to have sustained minor injuries.

Officers conducted first aid on Mr Dlugosz until the London Ambulance Service arrived on scene. Mr Dlugosz was taken to hospital in a critical condition.

Despite the best efforts of medical professionals, he sadly died as a result of his injuries on November 25.

A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as a head injury.

Two men were arrested by Met officers at the scene on suspicion of assault.

Radoslaw Brzezicki, 41, of Erwood Road, Charlton and Marius Bruzas, 49, of Longmoore Street, Westminster were both charged with grievous bodily harm on Mr Dlugosz and actual bodily harm on the woman.

Both appeared at Bromley Magistrates’ Court under these charges on November 24.

As a result of the death of Mr Dlugosz, both men were then charged yesterday with murder.

They will appear at the Old Bailey on March 4, 2024, for a pre-trial preparation hearing.

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