Man, 19, arrested over Mill Hill teenager murder

Marvin Henry
Image caption Marvin Henry was shot in the chest

A young man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a teenager killed during a suspected gang fight on a north-west London estate.

The man, 19, was being held in police custody in east London after being arrested in Nottingham on Wednesday.

Marvin Henry, 17, known as Spooky, died after he was shot in the chest during clashes among youths near Bray Road, Mill Hill, on 27 October.

Three young men from north London have already been charged with his murder.

Marvin had recently left a referral unit designed to help expelled pupils get back into mainstream education.

Ithai McPhee, 21, from Abbots Road, Edgware, appeared at Enfield Magistrates' Court in north London on 1 November.

Rafik Hamaizia, 18, from North Hill, appeared at Thames Magistrates' Court in east London on 2 November,

Rory Faley, 21, from Finchley, appeared at Brent Magistrates' Court in north-west London on 18 December.

All three were remanded in custody and are due to appear at the Old Bailey on 7 February.

Seven boys aged between 14 and 17, three 18-year-old men and a 21-year-old woman were arrested in connection with the investigation on 27 October.

All were later released without charge, although two 17-year-old boys were given police bail.

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