Man Charged With Agnes Sina-Inakoju Killing

A 21 year old man has been charged with the murder of 16 year old school girl Agnes Sina-Inakoju, at a takeaway in Hoxton.

Leon Dunkley, of  Lower Clapton, has been charged with murder and a 16 year old boy was released on bail until June.  Dunkley will appear at Westminister Magistrate Court today, Tuesday 20 April.

Agnes was shot through the window of Hoxton Chicken and Pizza on Hoxton Street,  on Wednesday 14 April.  She died two days later at an East London hospital.

Earlier today, her family issued a statement via the Met Police.  They described Agnes as  “a charismatic, ambitious, loving and caring girl who strove to keep others happy”.

5 Responses to "Man Charged With Agnes Sina-Inakoju Killing"

  1. Odette  20/04/2010 at 8:22 am

    This Leon Dunkley person seems to be a bad un. Seems like he and two other men stomped on a mans head and gave him a good going over IN A COURT BUILDING???????? HE WAS AQUITTED and two months later he shoots and kills a young girl? Isn’t it a shame he is going to be brought into a court via secure gates. I know there are people who would live to have a go at him. Justice must be done this time.

  2. Dave  20/04/2010 at 8:28 am

    Strange looks like the admin has has removed the messages that were here last night telling us about Leon Dunkley beating someone up in court and then getting away with it scot free and. His case for Affray was only in February this year. If he had been locked up the shooting maybe wouldn’t have happened

  3. Jenn  20/04/2010 at 8:37 am

    Dave the comment wasn’t removed. It can be found under a different story, where it was made under.

    http://www.hackneyhive.co.uk/index/2010/04/family-of-agnes-sina-inakoju-release-appeal-to-catch-killers/comment-page-1/#comment-2375

  4. Jenn  20/04/2010 at 8:45 am

    It does look like he was charged and tried in connection with a fracas at Snaresbrook Court only two months ago. Shocking huh? I’m trying to find out more.

    I’m just gobsmacked. No I’m not, I think it’s what we all come to expect from the courts.

  5. Dave  20/04/2010 at 1:54 pm

    Sorry same photo made me think is was the same story

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