Crime has dominated the headlines in this week's roundup of the biggest stories from the last seven days after a mass brawl at a pub, a fatal stabbing and seizure of a major drugs haul.
There has also been the worrying story of a missing teen and the police efforts to find her.
Here are the major news stories from west London from the last week.
Three stabbed in pub brawl
The injured parties suffered stab wounds after the mass brawl sparked up at the Winning Post in Chertsey Road.
Police said the investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Two of the men were discharged from hospital while the third was said to be in a stable condition.
Tragic stabbing of a 'beautiful person'
His partner Elizabeth Hart-Browne, 27, of Baker House, has been charged with his murder.
The victim's family have paid tribute to a 'beautiful person' after the tragedy.
Major drugs bust in West Drayton
The woman had been acting suspiciously and the officers search the van, where they found £250,000 worth of cannabis i n 36 packages.
She was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of the cannabis.
Concern for missing teenager from Feltham
Georgia Chandler was last seen at around 11am wearing light blue jeans, a peach crop top and blue trainers.
The teenager from Feltham is described as white, around 5ft 6ins tall and of slim build.
She has long blonde hair the goes to her lower back in a ponytail and wears large hoop earrings.
Fifa fever steps up a gear
In the lead up to the release of Fifa 17 details began to emerge of playing ratings in the hugely popular franchise.
Chelsea's squad have been rated highly in the new game and fans of the series got to sample the new edition as a demo was released.
An Ultimate Team web app was also rumoured to be released .
Belgian forward Michy Batshuayi also caused a bit of a stir whilst complaining about his passing rating in the game on Twitter.