Two other men were arrested in connection with the murder of Mohammed Esner, 33, which took place on September 21 on Isle of Dogs.
Officers investigating the incident arrested Ibrahim Taher, 22, and Kenneth McCreaner, 64, on November 11 and charged the two with aiding an offender.
On the same day, officers located 20-year-old Kwabena Boateng and charged him with murder and possession of a knife.
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Police were called to East Ferry Road at 8:26 p.m. on September 21 after reports of fighting emerged when they found Esner stabbed wounded.
Despite the best efforts of the paramedics, he was pronounced dead at the scene.
Following an autopsy, Mr. Esner’s cause of death was discovered.
He revealed that he received a fatal stab in the neck and subsequently suffered hypovolemic shock or extreme blood loss.
The three men who have been charged in connection with the incident appeared before the Thames Magistrates’ Court on November 12.
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Boateng appeared at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, November 16, and was remanded in custody to appear in the same court on February 8.
Taher and McCreaner were remanded in custody to appear in Snaresbrook Crown Court on December 10.
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