Three charged with ‘machete attack’ at Walthamstow pub


Three men have been charged in a mass stabbing at a pub in north east London.

Three other men were injured in the machete attack at around 8.15pm on Monday 13 February at The Duke pub in Wood Street, Walthamstow.

The Metropolitan Police attended along with paramedics and London’s Air Ambulance.

Male victims, aged 27 to 42, were taken to a hospital in east London with injuries confirmed as non-life threatening.

Jayden Brown, 22, of The Avenue, Chingford, is charged with attempted murder and possession of an assault weapon.

He is charged with Brandon Brown, 24, of no fixed address, and Ruben Dyer, 27, of Upper Walthamstow Road, Walthamstow.

The Browns appeared before Thames Magistrates’ Court and remain in custody pending their next appearance at the Old Bailey on March 27.

Dyer is expected at Inner London Crown Court on March 17.

The Duke Pub was refurbished a few years ago to attract the growing number of wealthy families flocking to Walthamstow and the Wood Street area. It’s known locally for its food and hipster vibe.

Detective Inspector Laura Crump, from the local Waltham Forest police team, said: “Our investigation is making good progress but we still need witnesses who have not yet spoken to police to come forward.

“I know this incident has caused significant concern in the community and I want to reiterate that we believe this was a targeted attack with no major risk to the public.”

Police said they did not believe the incident involved a gang.

Anyone with information that may aid the investigation is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 6988/13Feb or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Three charged with ‘machete attack’ at Walthamstow pub

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