Man Charged with Kirsty Treloar Murder

Siblings Dean and Gemma Treloar

A 19 year-old Hackney teenager has been charged with murdering 20 year-old  Kirsty Treloar on Monday January 2nd.

Myles Williams of Pond Farm Estate, in Millfields Road, Clapton has also been charged with the attempted murder of Kirsty’s 22 year-old brother Dean and 24 year-old sister Gemma.

Kirsty Treloar and friend Nicholas with members of JLS at an event.

Kirsty Treloar, was abducted from her family home on Brownlow Road in Haggerston, on Monday morning.  She was found with stab wounds approximately 90 minutes later in an abandoned car, in Ryder Mews, Homerton and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Her brother Dean and sister Gemma were both found with stab wounds at the family home and were taken to a hospital. Gemma has since been discharged and Dean is in stable condition.

The baby was removed from the home and taken to a hospital as a precaution.

Neighbours have reported hearing the sound of glass being broken, a woman screaming “please please please” outside the house, followed by car door slamming and screeching tyres as the car was driven off.

Williams remains in custody and will appear at Thames Magistrate Court, today Thursday, January 5.

 

 

 

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