Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Man charged with Josie's murder

Rumours have abounded on the high street: "It started in the basement of the Vietnamese restaurant",  "It was really intended for the Vietnamese restaurant - turf wars!", and "Police caught the bloke on CCTV filling up a petrol can at the garage"...

Meanwhile, London 24 carried this story yesterday...
A Vietnamese man has been charged with murder following the death of an elderly woman in a fire in Deptford.

Tuan Anh Le, 22, a Vietnamese national of no fixed abode, been charged with the murder of Giuseppina Fazzani. Ms Fazzani died in the early hours of Wednesday after the blaze at the property in Deptford High Street.
Anh Le has also been charged with two counts of arson with intent to endanger life and two counts of arson reckless as to whether life endangered. He is due to appear in custody at Bromley Magistrates’ Court today.
Four other people, two men and two women, who were arrested on Saturday as part of the investigation, have been bailed pending further inquiries to a date in mid-July.
East London Lines also reports that police are looking for a vehicle in connection with the arson attack – a red Peugeot 406, reg number KP51 GKC.

See previous posts:
Remembering Josie and Lou's Cafe
Police launch murder investigation and meanwhile bust the bookies

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