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Greenford’murder’: Male, 44, charged after fatal stabbing of pensioner on Kick scooter

A 44-yearthe old man was charged with in murder of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran who was stabbed in chest while on his mobility scooter in London.

Lee Byer, of Southall, West London, was brought before Willesden Magistrates’ Court. on Friday morning. He was arrested in Southall, West London, beginning on Thursday.

Mr Byer, of No fixed abode, stood in dock wearing grey prison-issue sweatpants and t-shirt with sweater tied around his waist.

He only spoke to confirm his name and date of birth, while Malik Aldeyri, protecting, made no app for pledge.

Bayer was not asked to state his allegations. of murder as well as possession of en offensive weapon – a large knife – and was arrested in in the custody of Associate District Judge Ross Cohen ahead of his next appearance at the Old Bailey on Tuesday.

Mr O’Halloran who riding a scooter in Greenford when he was stabbed to death death on Tuesday

(PA Media)

Mr O’Halloran traveled for about 75 years. yards on his scooter looks desperate for help after he was stabbed in rib cage in Greenford around 4:00 pm on Tuesday.

Old man, who was known to the locals as a popular street musician, received an emergency first help from the police until the London Ambulance Service and the London Ambulance arrived, but it was announced dead on the stage.

The officers responded to crime scene on Cayton Road in Greenford after being noted by a pensioner down member of in public for help.

One of his friends said he would come back from Perivale to play his accordion to make some money for his family before he was stabbed death.

Criminologists are on the scene in West London after fatal stabbing

(PA wire)

Neighbor of Mr. O’Halloran, Taraka Gunawardana, said Independent: “He was such a sweet old man. My children love him very much. He always made everyone happy. He honked his scooter whenever he saw my kids.

“I’m very sad about this. news”.

Mr. O’Halloran was from Ennistymon, County Clare, in West of Ireland and he survived members of his family including his sister, two brothers, nieces and nephews.

He was nicknamed “music man” by the locals, because of his passion for street performances. He got attention on social media after his video of raise his performances money for Ukrainians went viral a few months before his death.

Video clips filmed in June show Mr. O’Halloran smiling and playing his accordion on his scooter, with impromptu blue and yellow collection box tied to its frame.

Thomas O’Halloran, 87 who riding a scooter on Cayton Road, Greenford, in West London when he was stabbed to death death on Tuesday (Metropolitan Police/Pennsylvania)

(PA wire)

death of musician shocked community back in Claire where has he been also well known. Local Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway said Mr O’Halloran death It has left his home community in Ennistimon and north Clare in “profound shock and sadness” as he was a famous figure and often for charity.

Former Labor MP Stephen Pound also expressed his condolences over in death of pensioner who said he was a former voter whom he knew from regular public presence in in area.

“Tom was real local character. He would outside Greenford station playing accordion, sometimes harmonica,” he told GB News.

“He was a sweet, sweet man … He was loved and loved, but, above all, he was one of those characters who strengthen area”.

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