Detectives investigating the murder of a 21-year-old man outside a nightclub in 2018 have charged 10 men with violent disorder.
Fidel Glasgow, the grandson of Specials singer Neville Staple, died in hospital after being stabbed outside Coventry’s Club M during a mass brawl, which also resulted in a 23-year-old man suffering stab wounds.
No one has yet been charged with Mr Glasgow’s murder, despite a lengthy inquiry by West Midlands Police, including appeals for information about suspects recorded on CCTV at the scene in the early hours of September 1, 2018.
In a statement issued on Thursday, West Midlands Police said the Crown Prosecution Service has authorised charges against 10 men, including for wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm to the 23-year-old, violent disorder and possession of offensive weapons.
Detective Inspector Michelle Allen, from the force’s homicide unit, said: “We are still actively investigating Fidel’s murder and these charges are a significant step forward in our search for his killer.
“Fidel’s family have been fully updated with these latest developments and we remain in close contact with them.
“We continue to ask anyone with information, no matter how insignificant it may seem, to come forward.”
Nine men from Coventry and one from Nuneaton, aged between 20 and 33, will appear at the city’s magistrates’ court on April 28.
#CHARGED | We have charged ten men with offences connected to violent disorder which broke out in #Coventry city centre in September 2018 resulting in the death of Fidel Glasgow.— West Midlands Police (@WMPolice) April 1, 2021
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Six men have been charged with wounding with intent, violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon. They are: Brendon Gama, 23 of The Coppice, Stoke; Jiguael Botamba, 21, of Little Duke Street, Nuneaton; Pa Gaye, 23, of Harnalls Lane East, Stoke; Michael Mistouflet, 24, of James Galloway Close, Binley; Mohammed Amadu, 20, of Walsgrave Road, Ball Hill, and Adil Naseer, 24, of Park Street, Foleshill.
Andrea Boadi, 21 of Lansdowne Street, Ball Hill; Harrison Asiedu, 27, of North Street, Stoke; and Meidel Dange, 24, of Hornsey Close, Wood End, have all been charged with wounding with intent and violent disorder.
Brian Kamau, 33, of Chandos Street, Ball Hill, is accused of violent disorder.