Kamran Maman death: Third man accused of murder

Kamran Maman Kamran Maman died from his injuries two days after the attack

A third suspect has been charged with the murder of a man who was allegedly dragged from his car and beaten in Berkshire.

Kamran Maman, 36, from Slough, died in hospital two days after being attacked in Brammas Close, Slough, on 18 May.

Tyrone Lake, 26, of Newchurch Road, Slough, has been remanded in custody. He is due to appear at Slough Magistrates' Court later.

Mr Lake is the third person to be accused of Mr Maman's murder.

Aiden Wall, 25, of Gordon Road, Camberley, Surrey, is charged with murder and violent disorder.

Leon Baptiste, 23, of Cippenham, Slough, is also charged with murder.

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