Man arrested in Cliftonville charged with assisting offender in connection with London murder investigation

Arrests following the shooting of Camilo Palacio

A man from Cliftonville has been charged with perverting the course of justice and assisting an offender in connection with a murder enquiry by Met Police.

A 17-year-old male also arrested in Cliftonville on Sunday has released under investigation as part of the same enquiry following a fatal shooting in Haringey.

Kent Police officers, including armed police, stopped a car in Dalby Square on behalf of the Met on Sunday. Two men and the 17-year-old male were arrested.

A murder investigation was launched after police were called at around 9:30pm on Sunday, 24 July to reports of a shooting on High Road, N22.

Officers, including firearms officers, attended and found 23-year-old Camilo Palacio with a gunshot wound.

Officers immediately provided first aid until the arrival of London’s Air Ambulance and the London Ambulance Service.

Despite the efforts of the emergency services, Camilo, who was from Enfield, was sadly pronounced dead at the scene at 10pm.

His next of kin are aware and are being supported by specialist officers.

A post-mortem examination found the cause of death to have been a gunshot wound to the chest.

Fevzi Cam, 27, of Elm Grove, N8 and a 16-year-old boy were charged on Tuesday, 1 August with arson, assisting an offender and perverting the course of justice.

They appeared at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court on the same day. Cam was bailed to appear at Harrow Crown Court on Tuesday, 30 August. The 16-year-old boy was remanded in custody and will appear at the same hearing.

Milan Kaleja, 30, of Godwin Cottages, Cliftonville, and Mohamed Ahmed Ali, 24, of Great Amwell Lane, N8, were charged on Wednesday, 3 August with assisting an offender and perverting the course of justice.

They are due to appear in custody at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court.

Detectives have also arrested a further three men – aged 18, 20 and 22 – on suspicion of murder. They remain in custody at a north London police station.

A 64-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder in Harlesden on Sunday, 31 July has been released under investigation. A 25-year-old woman who was arrested at the same time on suspicion of assisting an offender has also been released under investigation.

An 18-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of murder at City Airport on Monday, 1 August has been bailed pending further enquiries until late August.

The 17-year-old boy who was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender in Margate on Sunday, 31 July has been released under investigation.

Anyone with information is asked to call the incident room on 020 8358 0400. You can also call 101 quoting 7238/24Jul. To remain anonymous contact the independent charity Crimestopperson 0800 555 111

10 Comments

    • And there I was thinking camilo Palacio was an Italian name and nothing to do with Trident. Sigh** what do I know .

    • Check out the pictures & names of teenage stabbings, gang stabbings & shootings in the UK, you will not often see names like Smith, Davis etc-either for perpetrators or victims. It is why Operation Trident was set up in 1998 & is busier than ever today.

  1. Steve’s comment is factual Marva apart from one thing isn’t Davis a Welsh name, ( not having a go at the Welsh) is that why it’s irrelevant!!, but really it’s not the names we see as there are all sorts of names whatever they be, more of these crimes are created by non white people nowadays in the past 40 years ago plus it was white British people who were involved in crime but now it’s black British people who have more than quadrupled the amount of shootings than ever, the trouble is since the 80s more innocent people have been harmed and even killed and its fuelled by drugs in the main. Most of us are literally absolutely fed up with the shottings and stabbings and senseless killings every day even if it’s drugs related. We still need more police than we have now even though we have more than we did 2 years ago, still not enough for the amount of crime committed daily, judges need to give as stiff as sentence allowed for crime committed and more jails to keep them in.

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