Sunday, 18 February 2018

Police are looking into whether there is any link to a party that was being held nearby around the time of the incident.
The victim was found on Logan Place in Kensington
Image:The victim was found on Logan Place
A murder investigation is under way after a 19-year-old man was found stabbed to death in west London.
The man was discovered on Logan Place, just north of Earls Court, in the early hours of Sunday.
Police arrived around 3.20am following calls reporting a large number of vehicles in the area, but the man died at the scene despite efforts to save him.
Another 19-year-old was arrested and inquiries are going on to formally identify the victim.
Detective Chief Inspector Mark Cranwell, from the Metropolitan Police, said a party was being held at a nearby address on Earls Court Road.
Detectives are attempting to establish if there was a link between the event and the stabbing, said DCI Cranwell.
"I want to hear from anyone who was in the area; did you witness an altercation?

The suspect's arrest came after reports a man had jumped from a second-storey flat window and onto the roof of a parked car.
Danielle Richardson, from Oldham, was found dead
Image:Danielle Richardson, from Oldham, was found dead
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a 24-year-old woman found stabbed to death at a flat in Manchester.
Michael Marler, 37, appeared on crutches, wearing a body brace around his torso and over his grey tracksuit as he stood in the dock at the city's magistrates' court.
Marler, from Oldham, is accused of killing Danielle Richardson, 24, whose body was discovered at a flat in Ancoats in Manchester city centre early on Tuesday.
Police received reports a man had jumped from a second-storey flat window and onto the roof of a stationary black Hyundai, smashing the windows of several other cars as he fled the scene.
A number of people were also allegedly assaulted.
Officers were called at 7.40am on Tuesday and entered a flat in Swan Street, where they found the body of Ms Richardson.
She had suffered several stab wounds.
The incident took place in Swan Street
Image:The victim's body was discovered in a flat in Swan Street, Manchester
Chair of the bench Terri Farrow remanded the defendant in custody for a first appearance at Manchester Crown Court next Tuesday.
Ms Richardson, from Oldham, was described by her family as a "loving and caring mother, sister, daughter and auntie".
"She had a heart of gold and would help anyone who needed it," they said in a tribute.
"She worked briefly as a carer in an elderly care home and she was much loved by many of the residents. There isn't anyone that would have a bad word to say about Dannii.

Police launch a manhunt for two suspects accused of attacking the young man as he sat in a park.
The man was sitting on a bench in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes. Pic: Google Street View
Image:The man was sitting on a bench in Campbell Park, Milton Keynes. Pic: Google Street View
A young man has been raped after he was grabbed by two men in a Buckinghamshire park.
The victim, in his 20s, was sitting on a bench near the Campbell Park car park in central Milton Keynes at 11pm on Thursday.
Two men approached him and one grabbed him then forced him to the floor.
His accomplice then raped the victim.
The man who grabbed the victim is described as black, about 5ft 10ins tall and of a stocky build.
He was wearing a hoodie with the hood up.
The man who assaulted the victim is described as black, about 6ft 1in to 6ft 2ins tall and of a medium build.
He was wearing a grey hoodie, white buttoned shirt and black suit trousers.
Police are searching for the men and are asking anybody with information to come forward.
Thames Valley Police's senior investigating officer, DI Jason Simpson, said: "We are carrying out a thorough investigation into this very concerning incident.
"As a result of this incident members of the public will see an increased police presence in the area, including neighbourhood patrols.

Joanna Parrish's family lawyer says convicted serial killer Michel Fourniret has confessed to killing the British woman in 1990.
Michel Fourniret and Joanna Parrish
Image:Michel Fourniret is believed to have admitted killing Joanna Parrish
A convicted serial killer has confessed to murdering a British woman in France almost three decades ago, according to a lawyer for the victim's family.
Joanna Parrish, 20, had been working as a language assistant at a secondary school in Auxerre before she was found dead in a river on 17 May 1990, soon after going missing.
A post-mortem examination found she had been raped and beaten.
On Friday, her family's lawyer Didier Seban said Michel Fourniret, who was jailed for life in 2008 for killing seven girls, was interviewed by magistrates in Paris and admitted murdering Ms Parrish along with French teenager Marie-Angele Domece.
Ms Domece disappeared in 1988 and her body has never been found.
Joanna Parrish (L) with her brother Barney in Paris in 1990
Image:Ms Parrish with her brother Barney in Paris in 1990
Mr Seban said: "He made detailed and repeated confessions. He clearly recognises, and this several times over, having killed Joanna Parrish and Marie-Angele Domece.
"It's a new development, a resolution of the affair, it seems, in a remarkable way... it's hard (for the family) but the end of a long legal battle."

He said he hoped Fourniret, who was dubbed the Ogre of the Ardennes over his previous killings, would now stand trial for Parrish's murder.
Prosecutors in Paris would not comment on the apparent confession with an investigation now under way.
A lawyer for Fourniret would not respond to a news agency request for comment.
The serial killer had initially been charged with kidnapping and murdering Ms Parrish and Ms Domece in 2008 but the court of appeal dismissed the case in 2011.
Olivier was found guilty of being complicit in five murders
Image:Monique Olivier was found guilty of being complicit in five murders
His wife Monique Olivier had twice accused him of being responsible for the killings but later retracted her claims.
Mr Seban said she would have to be questioned again.
Fourniret had always denied murdering Ms Parrish and Ms Domece, including during his 2008 trial at which he was found guilty of murdering the seven girls.

Keith Whitehouse failed to appear for a roll call on Saturday evening, having already not been seen for several hours.
Keith Whitehouse
Image:Keith Whitehouse has absconded from jail
A killer serving a life sentence for battering a woman with a brick and raping her in a graveyard has been recaptured after he absconded from prison.
Keith Whitehouse, who killed and raped 21-year-old Suzanne Bromiley while on leave from a 30-month kidnapping sentence in 1991, failed to appear for a roll call at Leyhill open prison in south Gloucestershire on Saturday evening.
However, Avon & Somerset Police tweeted on Sunday morning to say he had been arrested by officers in Gloucestershire.
It is the second time the 56-year-old has absconded from prison, having killed Ms Bromiley during five-days' leave from Risley jail in Warrington.
Whitehouse - who was known to have a psychopathic personality disorder - also stabbed his victim in the head after meeting her at a day centre for unemployed people in Brighton.