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Third Suspect Charged in Southwark Street Murder of Carlton McCloud

In a recent development in the investigation of a fatal stabbing in Southwark, a third individual has been charged in connection with the death of 47-year-old Carlton McCloud. The tragic incident unfolded on Old Kent Road, SE1, early in the morning on January 9, where police discovered McCloud with fatal injuries. Despite the rapid response, McCloud died at the scene, with a post-mortem examination later confirming sharp force trauma to the chest as the cause of death.

The latest suspect, identified as 35-year-old Fabeo Alexandru De Sousa Pinto De Oliviera, of no fixed address, has been formally charged with murder. De Oliviera is set to appear in Bromley Magistrates’ Court today, February 7, marking a significant step forward in the ongoing investigation. Carlton McCloud’s family, deeply affected by this tragic event, continues to receive support from specialist officers during this challenging time.

Before De Oliviera’s charge, two other suspects, Matthew Henry, 39, of Coopers Road SE1, and Nicole Quamina, 34, also of no fixed address, were charged in connection to the murder. Both Henry and Quamina are scheduled for a court appearance at Inner London Crown Court on March 28.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the Southwark community, highlighting concerns over public safety and the prevalence of violent crime in the area. As the case progresses, law enforcement officials remain committed to thoroughly investigating the circumstances surrounding McCloud’s death and ensuring that justice is served for him and his family.

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