Man dies after neighbourhood dispute in Sydney’s west

 

The girlfriend of a man involved in a neighbourhood dispute in Glenmore Park on Sunday night where another man died has claimed her partner was acting in self-defence.

Just after 10.20pm yesterday emergency services were called to Jarra Crescent, Glenmore Park, after reports of a fight between two men, both 44. One of them died at the scene.

Adra Biscossi told The Daily Telegraph that the alleged incident followed a children's playdate that went sour between neighbours.

Ex-wife neighbour dispute turns deadly

She said that a woman who lives opposite her on Jarra Cres came to collect her de facto partner's son who was playing with her children.

"It was the guy she was seeing's son that was here," Ms Biscossi said.

"That's when (the alleged incident) started."

Adra Biscossi whose partner was involved in a neighbourhood dispute.
Adra Biscossi whose partner was involved in a neighbourhood dispute.

 

A disagreement between children led to the row. Picture: Bill Hearne
A disagreement between children led to the row. Picture: Bill Hearne

Ms Biscossi alleged that the man - who later died - then came back across the road armed with a "metal pole" and attacked her own partner Mick while he was in the garage with his back turned.

"Mick was just trying to defend himself, the back of his head's split open … he tried to shut (the altercation) off, he was going 'I'm not talking about it, go away, there's kids inside and you need to go home'. We tried to get (the man who died) out," she said.

"(He) has come into the house, into the garage to pursue (Mick), and it just went on from there."

Ms Biscossi said that the man died on the floor while lying on the floor with her partner.

"I rang the police as soon as it started, when I saw him run into the garage I said 'that's it' and called the police. I've got kids inside."

No charges have been laid over the incident.

The 44-year-old man died at the scene following the deadly rift. Pics Bill Hearne
The 44-year-old man died at the scene following the deadly rift. Pics Bill Hearne

Deadly stabbing in Redfern

In Sydney's inner city, one man has been charged after a deadly stabbing in Redfern on Sunday.

The 54-year-old was found with a stab wound to his back at a property on Morehead Street, Redfern around 1am Sunday.

Paramedics attempted to revive him, but he died at the scene.

Detectives arrested a man, aged 48, after extensive inquiries into the death. He was taken to Mascot Police Station where he was charged with murder and refused bail to front Central Local Court today.

Man stabbed in Sydney CBD

In Sydney CBD, a man is in police custody after a stabbing brawl erupted overnight.

At around 11.50pm, emergency services were called to Bligh Street and Hunter Street after reports of a brawl.

Police say three men lashed out after getting involved in an argument. Two men suffered cuts to their arms and face as a result of the fight.

The pair, aged 24 and 46, were taken to St Vincent's Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital for treatment.

A third man, aged 57, was arrested at the scene and taken to Day Street Police Station.

Investigations into the circumstances surrounding the brawl are continuing.

Teen critical after shed explosion

Two teenagers are in hospital - one fighting for life - after an explosion in a shed on the state's south coast.

Emergency services were called to a house in Worrigee - 5km southwest of Nowra - after reports of an shed fire.

The two teenagers were repairing a boat inside the shed when the fire broke out.

The fiery explosion left a 17-year-old in a critical condition. He was treated at the scene by paramedics and taken to Shoalhaven Hospital, before being flown to Royal North Shore Hospital in a critical condition.

The second teenager, also aged 17, was taken to Wollongong Hospital in a serious but stable condition.

The fire was doused by crews but the shed was completely destroyed.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report crime via NSW Police social media pages.

 

 

Emergency crews on the scene. Picture: Bill Hearne
Emergency crews on the scene. Picture: Bill Hearne

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