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Harlow teenager set to stand trial over malicious wounding

Crime / Sun 27th Jun 2021 at 04:55pm

A HARLOW teenager is set to stand trial over an alleged malicious wounding.

Kelsie Charles-Giles, aged 19, of Templefields House, Harlow has been charged with the following.

On December 9th, 2020, at Basildon unlawfully and maliciously wounded a male.
Contrary to section 20 of the Offences Against the Person Act 1861.

Charles-Giles has pleaded not guilty.

A trial date of July 15th at Basildon Crown Court has been set.

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3 Comments for Harlow teenager set to stand trial over malicious wounding:

Thomas
2021-06-27 18:36:17

Another “Harlow” not really a Harlow resident charged for doing something. How many more times will it be such and such from Terminus House, River Way, Elizabeth Way. Will not be all residents in these places but certainly some are rotten apples.

Betsy hester
2021-06-27 19:18:46

People from all over harlow commit crimes .The tenants in all of these properties all pay rent many work and should be treated with respect !

James
2021-06-27 21:10:19

You are correct and others in Harlow do commit crime. Not sure how you would know all residents pay rent. Was there not a massive increase of crime rate figures in and around the Terminus House area ? Agree with that not all residents in these permitted developments are committing crime, would be interested to know crime figures after these offices have been converted.

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