Teenager in court over 'conker row' murder of Steven Grisales

Steven Grisales
Image caption Steven Grisales was a student

A 15-year-old boy has appeared in court charged with the murder of a man who police said was attacked after confronting a group about having conkers thrown at him.

Student Steven Grisales, 21, was pelted with the missiles as he walked to Silver Street station in Edmonton, north London, on 31 August.

Moments later he was stabbed in the heart. He died the next day.

The teenager was remanded in custody when he appeared at the Old Bailey.

He will appear at the same court again on 15 November.

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