Two teenagers charged over the killing of Levi Ernest Morrison in Sydenham

Two teenage boys have been charged over the murder of 17-year-old Levi Ernest Morrison in Sydenham on April 10.

Levi, from Sydenham, was found collapsed on the ground with a knife wound at the corner of Sydenham Road and Hazel Grove in Sydenham on Saturday, April 10.

Desperate attempts to save his life by police and paramedics were in vain.

Two teenage boys – aged 15 and 14 – were charged with murder and possession of an offensive weapon today (Tuesday, 20 April).

Levi Earnest Morrison

They appeared in custody at Bromley Youth Court and were remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday, 24 April.

Two people have previously been charged with murder.

Nichola Leighton, 36, of Lockwood Close, Sydenham and a 17-year-old male have both been remanded in custody after appearing at the Old Bailey; next court date awaits.

 


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