A seventh person has been charged with murder following the death of a boy in Luton in September.
Timone Crossman, 19, was charged with murder today (Thursday) in connection to the fatal stabbing of Ashraf Habimana.
Crossman, from Luton, also faces charges of attempted murder, grievous bodily harm, violent disorder and possession of an offensive weapon.
Ashraf, 16, died from stab wounds in Nunnery Lane, Luton on 29 September during an incident in which another teenager was also seriously injured.
Six teenagers have already been charged with murder in connection to the fatal stabbing.
Detective Inspector Graham Newton, from the Bedfordshire Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, leading the investigation, said: “We are determined to take action against anyone involved in the tragic death of Ashraf Habimana.
“We must all play our part in taking a strong stance against anyone who thinks serious violence or carrying a knife is okay.”