Police have arrested and charged a seventh man in connection with a noxious substance incident at Shacklewell Lane, E8 on Sunday, 6 May.
[G] Huseyin Onel, 24 (30.03.94), of Hackney was arrested on Wednesday, 20 June and subsequently charged with 11 offences as follows:
- Seven counts of throwing a Corrosive Substance with the Intent to do Grievous Bodily Harm;
- One count of Section 18 grievous bodily harm;
- One count of robbery;
- One count of violent disorder;
- One count of possession of an offensive weapon.
Onel was kept in custody to appear at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 21 June and was remanded in custody.
Six other men are charged in connection with this incident. They are:
[A] Serkan Kiziltan, 21 (3.11.96) of Hackney was charged on Wednesday, 9 May with one count of causing grievous bodily harm and one count of violent disorder.
He appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on the same day where he was remanded to appear at Wood Green Crown Court on Wednesday, 6 June.
[B] Turgut Adakan, 22, of East Ham, Newham; [C] Mehmet Tekagac, 29, of Hackney and [D] Onur Ardic, 26, of Hackney, London were all charged with GBH, robbery and violent disorder following their arrest on Thursday, 10 May.
They appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, 12 May. All three were remanded to appear at Wood Green Crown Court on a date to be confirmed.
[E] Yasam Erdogan, 23, of Islington was charged with Section 18 GBH and violent disorder following his arrest on Monday, 14 May.
He appeared at Thames Magistrate’ Court on Tuesday, 15 May. He was bailed to Wood Green Crown Court for a date to be confirmed.
[F] Umit Kaygisiz, 20, of Hackney, was charged with Section 18 GBH, violent disorder, and attempting to convey a prohibited article into prison following his arrest on Wednesday, 16 May.
He appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Thursday, 17 May and has been remanded to appear at Wood Green on a date to be confirmed.
Detectives continue to investigate the full circumstances of this assault on three males. Anyone with information is requested to call police on 101 quoting reference Cad 1590/6May or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.