The 21-year-old man was accused of killing a florist with a knife. He was the son of a “victim’s former lover” who was found dead two months ago
According to reports, a man accused of hacking the flower seller to death was the son of the victim’s former lover-he was found dead two months ago.
On Saturday, 55-year-old Tony Eastlake was stabbed to death by his stall in Islington, north London, in broad daylight.
21-year-old James Peppiatt appeared in Highbury Point District Court today and was charged with murder.
According to reports, Pepyat is the son of Mr. Eastlake’s ex-girlfriend. Online mail.
According to reports, Mr. Eastlake dated Pepyat’s mother earlier this year. She was found dead at another address in Islington on April 1.
It is not clear how the woman died, but according to reports, their condition is not suspicious.
When the defendant supported him in the public gallery in the court today, he blinked and smiled at his family.
A man, known to be Pepyat’s father, also chanted “Stay strong, boy” at the end of the brief hearing.
Pepyat was remanded in custody awaiting trial, and the next time he will appear in old Bailey on June 7.
The police said earlier that they believed the victim knew the suspect and confirmed that they had ruled out the motive for the robbery.
The police arrested a 48-year-old woman on suspicion of assisting criminals and obstructing justice.
In mid-June, she was released on bail and returned to the police station in North London.
Detective Chief Inspector Vicky Tunstall, who is in charge of the investigation, said: “This is a major development and our dedicated team of police officers will continue to work hard to bring justice to the victim Tony and his family.
“I continue to call for any information and witnesses of the incident, especially when some cyclists and a motorcycle crossed Ecclesbourne Road when the attack occurred.
“I urge these people to come forward because the information they have may be crucial.”
Tony is affectionately referred to as “The Flowerman of Islington” and died of a knife wound after being attacked on Essex Road before 5:30 pm on Saturday.
A vigil to commemorate this “respected man” was held on Monday.
His heartbroken daughter Paige paid tribute to her “best friend” in emotional activities.
She said: “Not only my father, but also my twins, and my best friend. That’s what made me get through this difficult situation-you are all here today.
“I’m speechless, thank you everyone.”
From the age of 14, this popular florist has been operating at a stall next to Essex Road Station for 39 years.
His family said in a statement: “Without such a very special person, our hearts will be broken forever.
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“A person loved by everyone in the Islington community is remembered as a kind, caring and always laughing person, but most importantly, a father who has left a destroyed family, Lisa, Pauline, as well as his only daughter and best friend Paige, he admired.
“Tony has been working at the flower stall on Essex Road since he was 14 years old, rain or shine, and for many of us, he is a smiling and friendly face.
“Over the years, all those who know and love him have received hundreds of messages supporting him.”