Teenagers charged over Essex girl stabbings

Four teenage girls have been charged following a late-night stabbing in an Essex town last September.

Three teenage girls were stabbed on steps leading down from Fourth Avenue to Sainsbury's car park in Harlow.

Three 16-year-olds - two from Enfield and another from Waltham Cross - have each been been charged with two counts of GBH and one of affray.

A fourth girl, 15, faces the same charges. All are due at Harlow Magistrates' Court on 30 July.

Three other girls arrested following the incident have been released from their bail without charge.

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