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Four sentenced in connection with murder of Edmond Jonuzi

News   •   Jun 14, 2019 20:09 BST

Edmond Jonuzi

Four men have been sentenced following the murder of a man in Haringey in June 2018.

A nine-week trial at the Old Bailey which concluded in May saw seven defendants convicted of various offences relating to the murder of 35-year-old Edmond Jonuzi (also known as Edmond Preci) and the assault on his brother Eraldi Preci in Green Lanes, near Turnpike Lane, Haringey on 9 June, 2018.

On Friday, 14 June, four of the seven were sentenced at the same court.

Bilal Mumin, 20 (05.07.98) of Finchley Road, NW3 was sentenced to life imprisonment to serve a minimum of 18 years after being found guilty of murder, violent disorder, and possession of an offensive weapon.

Eldar Iliazi, 21 (15.04.98) of Alexandra Park Road, Wood Green, N22, was sentenced to 30 months for violent disorder.

Ismail Mohammed, 21 (05.05.98) of Chichester Road, Enfield, N9 and Rayan Saleh, 24 (30.03.95) of no fixed abode, were sentenced to three years each for violent disorder.

Three other men convicted at the same trial are due to be sentenced on Tuesday, 30 July.

They are:

Saydomar Mohammed, 21 (02.07.97) of Ranelagh Road, Tottenham, London N17, found guilty of violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon.

Tenzin Massiah, 23 (04.01.95) of Strode Road, Tottenham, N17 found guilty of violent disorder

Abdul Mohamed, 22 (08.02.97) of Tottenhall Road, Enfield, N13 found guilty of violent disorder.

DCI Garry Moncrieff, from the Met's Homicide and Serious Crime Command, said: “This was a callous attack on two brothers which had devastating consequences for the Presi family.

“Mumin will now have a significant amount of time to reflect on his actions and we hope this sentence, as well as those handed down to the other three men, will bring some kind of closure for the victims' family.

“This has been a complex investigation and one which we hope demonstrates our commitment to getting violent offenders off the streets.”