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Who is Lee Peacock?
A man has been charged with murdering a woman and a man who were found with their throats slit in different homes in Westminster within hours of each other.
Lee Peacock, 49, of London, has been charged in the murders of Sharon Pickles, 45, and Clinton Ashmore, 59, after their bodies were found Thursday night.
He was placed on remand to appear before Westminster Magistrates Court on Monday, August 30.
Lee Peacock, 49, of London, has been charged in the murders of Sharon Pickles, 45, (right) and Clinton Ashmore, 59, (left) after their bodies were found Thursday night.
How old is Lee peacock?
He was 49 year old.
The two bodies were found with their throats slit on separate floors in Marylebone only hours apart.
Peacock, who was reportedly recovering from injuries in a London hospital after “slitting his throat”, was detained following a police investigation and taken into custody.
Detective Chief Inspector Wayne Jolley of the Met’s Crime Specialist Command said: “This is a significant advance in our investigation that I hope will bring us one step closer to achieving justice for the Sharon and Clinton families.”
The suspect was reportedly treated by emergency services on a canal barge in Ealing, west London, on Wednesday night after sustaining serious but non-fatal injuries.
Peacock was found with serious ‘self-inflicted injuries’ earlier this week about 10 miles from the crime scenes.
Condemned prostitute Sharon was found with her throat slit inside the ground floor flat of a retiree in a wheelchair in Marylebone, central London, around 9:30 pm last Thursday night.
Their families were informed and have the support of specialist agents.
It was also revealed that the police knew Ms Pickles, having recorded more than 120 convictions for crimes of prostitution between 1996 and 2006.
Originally from Yorkshire, she was one of two prostitutes who gave her an Asbo in 2006, forbidding her to set foot in nearby Sussex Gardens, Paddington.
Det Ch Insp Wayne Jolley said: ‘I am aware that as a result of information appeals issued by the police, there is more information in the public domain about this case than there might normally be.
“Now a man has been arrested and it is essential that nothing is said or reported that could prejudice any future legal proceedings.
“I urge the public and the press to avoid speculating or sharing names or images in connection with this arrest or this investigation.”