Henry Stangroom, a 21-year-old chef who was living in London, suffered stab wounds to his heart and lung
A young man originally from Odiham has been found stabbed to death at a flat in London.
The body of Henry Stangroom, formerly of Rye Common, was discovered when Metropolitan Police officers forced their way into an address in Lavender Sweep, Clapham, last Thursday night (October 17).
A post-mortem examination held the following day revealed that the chef died from stab wounds to his heart and lung.
Andrew Morris, 30, of Lavender Sweep, has been charged with Mr Stangroom's murder and was due to appear at Croydon Magistrates' Court on Wednesday (October 23).
The 21-year-old victim was given a suspended prison term in July 2012 after pleading guilty to dangerous driving in relation to the death of a teenager from Odiham.
Mr Stangroom, who was 19, at the time, was behind the wheel of a Peugeot 306 that collided with 19-year-old Jack Bland in Farnham Road in September 2011.
He was sentenced by Winchester Crown Court to eight months in jail, suspended for 18 months, as well as being ordered to pay £1,000 prosecution costs and complete 150 hours of unpaid work.
Mr Stangroom was also disqualified from driving for 18 months and given eight penalty points.
Anyone with any information in relation to the stabbing should contact the incident room at Sutton police station on 020 8721 4005 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.