Australia Second man is charged after footy star allegedly stabbed a fellow churchgoer when a wild brawl broke out at a Mormon dance
Elderly woman cops a riot charge after Mandurah brawl
Police arrested and have now charged three people, including the 71-year-old from Coodanup. A 35-year-old Mandurah woman was also charged with taking part in a riot and the pair will appear in the Mandurah magistrates court on November 29.A 15-year-old girl was charged with aggravated assault occasioning bodily harm and taking part in a riot and will appear before the Mandurah children's court on December 2.Police are still calling for information from the public.Anyone with information was asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.Anyone with CCTV or dash-cam footage was asked to upload it here.
A second man has been charged along with Manly NRL player Manase Fainu after an alleged knife attack at a Sydney church dance.
Fainu, 21, was charged last month after emergency services were called to the Wattle Grove event south-west of Sydney, on October 25 following reports of a brawl.
Police say the group had dispersed by the time they arrived but a 24-year-old man was found with stab wounds.
Fainu has pleaded not guilty to several charges, including recklessly causing grievous bodily harm in company.
Woman stabbed to death in Sydney's west, man arrested
Police believe the alleged stabbing was a domestic-related incident.Just before 10am on Monday, emergency services were called to the home on Harrow Road, Berala, following reports an elderly woman had allegedly been stabbed.
He has been released into home detention and on the condition he not leave his house without his parents.
On Thursday, police charged a 20-year-old Smithfield man with affray.
He has been granted strict conditional bail ahead of an expected appearance at Liverpool Local Court on November 27.
Elderly man allegedly stabbed his wife to death .
An elderly man accused of murdering his wife in Melbourne's north has faced court as homicide detectives applied to keep photographs taken of him after the alleged killing. © Shutterstock Ernest Fluder, 83, appeared before Melbourne Magistrates Court today, charged with killing his wife Lucia Aurelia Fluder, 76, at their Hadfield home between November 20 and 21.During the filing hearing, homicide detectives successfully applied to take a DNA sample from Fluder, as well as to keep photographs of the accused, taken at a police station on November 22.