Four to stand trial over petrol station murder
Four men appeared at the Old Bailey today accused of stabbing a student to death at a petrol station.
Kul Hawadleh, 19, died in February from a stab wound to the chest on the forecourt of the Total garage in High Street, Wealdstone, north west London.
Michael Boyde, 37, of Ambleside Road, Willesden, north west London, Onochie Madekwe, 33, of no fixed address, Andrew Spence, 21, of Freeland Road, Ealing, west London, and Abdul Khan, 18, of no fixed address, were ordered to stand trial on September 28.
They were also charged with the attempted murder of Abdiwahab Guiled and violent disorder.
All four were remanded in custody.
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