Named: teen who stabbed student over ‘conker’ row
A TEENAGE gang member who stabbed an architecture student to death in a row over conker-throwing has been named.
Ochaine Williams, now 16, plunged a knife into the heart of Steven Grisales, 21, when the victim objected to being pelted with horse-chestnuts.
Mr Grisales, who had been listening to his MP3 player on the way to catch a train train, died in hospital the next day.
Williams, of Enfield, north London, later boasted of his links with street gang the Northumberland Park Killers – or NPK.
He tried to blame one of his friends for the stabbing at Silver Street station in Edmonton, north London, but an Old Bailey jury convicted him of murder in June.
The judge sentenced him to detention at Her Majesty’s Pleasure – with a minimum term of 10½ years.
His name was held back pending appeal, but three High Court judges overturned the decision after an application by the media, saying there was “strong public interest given the nature of the offence”.
Williams, of Enfield. north London, denied murder.
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