A Met officer has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving almost five years after a 10-year-old boy and his aunt were struck by a stolen car that was being pursued by police. Makayah McDermott, a child actor, and Rozanne Cooper, 34, were killed in August 2016 when Joshua Dobby, a heroin addict, struck them in Penge, south east London. Ms Cooper's daughter Eva and Makayah's older twin sisters, Niyah and Yahla, were also injured in the crash. Onlookers tried to lift the car off the victims following the high speed crash. Dobby, who was jailed for 12 years after admitting manslaughter, had been fleeing police when he lost control of the stolen Ford Focus, mounted the pavement and careered into the family.