A 17-year-old girl was stabbed to death in a Northern Virginia neighborhood late Tuesday, and a 19-year-old woman is charged with the crime.
The victim, who police did identify, was killed in Woodbridge, Prince William County police said Wednesday. Two 26-year-old men also were stabbed but are expected to survive.
Jennifer Janeth Mejia-Recillas was charged with murder and aggravated malicious wounding. Enrique Miguel Stock, 20, was charged with accessory after the fact, and assault and battery.
Mejia-Recillas stabbed the teen and two men outside a house after "words of disrespect" were exchanged, police sources told News4.
Police responded to the area of Robinson Court and Harrison Street, in a residential neighborhood, at about 11:45 p.m. to investigate a stabbing. They found the wounded teen and men.
All three stabbing victims were taken to a hospital, where the teen died.
Mejia-Recillas and Stock fled the scene, police said. They were quickly identified as suspects, and a Fairfax County Police Department helicopter plus a Prince William County K-9 searched for them.
The car they left in was found unoccupied about a mile from the crime scene, police said.
Mejia-Recillas and Stock were found at their home in Woodbridge, about six miles away.
They knew the victims, police said.
The crime remains under investigation.
Stay with News4 for more details on this developing story.