THREE young men have appeared at the Old Bailey charged with killing a pastor’s son in Harlesden a week and half ago.
Victim David Headlam, 18, of Donnington Road, Willesden, died at a central London hospital at 3.20am on Sunday June 29 of haemorrhaging due to stab wounds to the thigh, having been found by paramedics in Drayton Road a little over two hours earlier .
T-shai Ennis, 18, of Slough, Berkshire, and a 17-year-old boy from Wembley who cannot be named for legal reasons appeared from custody at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on Saturday charged with Mr Headlam's murder and causing grievous bodily harm .
Idris Hassan Daud, 19, of Anton Place, Wembley, appeared from custody at the same court the following day accused of the same two charges.
All three were sent for trial at the Old Bailey where they appeared for a bail hearing on Tuesday because the magistrates have no jurisdiction to hear bail applications in murder cases.
None were granted bail and a plea and case management hearing was arranged for September 23.
Mr Headlam was a director of his family’s property business and son of Bishop Alanzo Headlam, a pastor for the World Vision Apostolic Church.