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Man on school run murder charge
Jason Greene
Jason Greene was in a car with his children when he was shot
Police have charged a man with the murder of a father shot dead as he took his two young children to school.

Jason Greene, 29, was in a car with his sons, aged four and eight, in Chalk Hill, Wembley, north-west London, on Tuesday 18 July when he was shot.

Christopher Toussaint, 18, of Derwent Rise, West Hendon, is due to appear at a London magistrates' court on Saturday, charged with murder.

Five men were arrested on Thursday in connection with the case, police said.

The four other men who were arrested have been released on police bail.

Mr Greene was shot as he picked up his children from an address in Bowater Road, Wembley, to take them to school. He died from his injuries at the scene.

His eight year-old son was sitting beside him in the passenger seat when the shooting took place.

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