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Trial date set for teenager accused of perverting justice over stabbed Romford doorman Ricky Hayden

PUBLISHED: 12:08 31 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:08 31 March 2017

Ricky Hayden. Picture: Kosho Bar.

Ricky Hayden. Picture: Kosho Bar.

Kosho Bar

A teenager appeared at a pre-trial hearing yesterday over the death of doorman Ricky Hayden.

Ricky, 27, was stabbed outside his home in Gibbfield Close, Chadwell Heath, in the early hours of September 13, and later died in hospital.

His father, Paul, 54, was also injured, but survived.

Kevin Malamba, 19, from Manford Cross, Hainault, appeared at the Old Bailey and is charged with perverting the court of justice.

Tommy Roome, 19, from Rams Grove, Chadwell Heath, and Tarrell Hinds, 20, of Rodney Road, Southwark, are charged with murder and attempted murder.

The next hearing is scheduled for June 19.

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