Begwary barn party stabbing accused have cases dropped

Police at Begwary barn The event had been advertised on social media sites, police said

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Two men accused over the stabbing of four men at a Bedfordshire barn party have had their cases dropped.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) told Inner London Court it decided to offer no evidence against two Bedford men, Bailey Bowen and Liam Daniels.

Mr Bowen, from Brickhill Drive and Mr Daniels, from Swale Path, had been charged with two counts of conspiracy to cause GBH with intent and affray.

The barn party took place on 13 October last year.

Mr Daniels was also found not guilty by direction of the court, of wounding with intent to cause GBH.

He was, however, issued with a restraining order without conviction.

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