Man in court charged with murder after NHS nurse, 39, ‘plunged to death from 3rd floor’ near Wembley | The Sun

A MAN has appeared accused of murdering a woman after reports she plunged to her death near Wembley Stadium.

Emergency services were called in the early hours of Friday July 29 following reports that a woman had fallen from a height.

Police attended the scene in London Road, Wembley, north-west London, along with the London Ambulance Service and London Air Ambulance.

Despite their efforts, 39-year-old Kathleen John died at the scene.

The precise cause of her death has yet to be determined.

However, a pathologist has identified bruises to the head and face as well as significant injuries consistent with a heavy fall, including multiple fractures, the Old Bailey heard.

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Ms John lived in the top floor flat of a three-storey block on London Road with her partner Leonidas Georgalla.

On Wednesday, Leonidas Georgalla, 50, appeared at the Old Bailey accused of Ms Johns' murder.

The defendant was represented by a solicitor for the brief hearing before Judge Michael Kay QC.

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A plea and case management hearing was set for October 19 with a provisional two-week trial from July 3 2023.

The defendant, of Weald Lane, Harrow, north-west London, was remanded into custody.

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