Three young people jailed after fatal incident on St Norbert's Road

Three men have been jailed following the events that led to the death of Nassem Galleze in St Norbert Road last year.

ThisIsLocalLondon reports:

Nassem Galleze, 17, from Roundtable Road in Grove Park, died from multiple injuries after the car he was travelling in, as a passenger in the back-seat, was hit by a lump of concrete and ploughed into a lamppost in St Norbert Road, Brockley, on September 26 last year.

Woolwich Crown Court heard how Nassem and his friend Tershan Thompson-Williams, 22, were in a rival gang to Shiloh Moore and his brother Remi Moore and were driving into their turf when the altercation started.

The crashed Vauxhall Corsa was still surrounded by fighting youths when police arrived, the court heard.

Thompson-Williams pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a bladed article - the machete and the lock knife. He was handed a concurrent sentence of two years and 8 months.

Shiloh Moore, 22, pleaded guilty to violent disorder, for which he was sentenced to three years and four months, and threatening a person with an offensive weapon, for which he received no separate penalty.

Remi Moore, 23, pleaded guilty to violent disorder and was jailed for three years and four months.

Police are hunting the person responsible for throwing the concrete block, [They say]:

"Our enquiries continue to identify the person who threw the concrete block and we would appeal for anyone with information, no matter how small, to contact us in confidence."

A 20 year-old man was arrested on 27 September last year on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and next returns on bail on a date in May.

Anyone with information should contact the incident room on 020 8785 8099 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.