Taylors Hill Stabbing – An incident reported happened in Taylors Hill last night, the details to the incident are still sketchy at this time. According to the information received by SNBC13 team, Flinders St. Owner walked in on a thief. Some reports claimed that an unidentified man broke into a home around 3 pm and stabbed the owner.
At this time, the state of the victim or the extent of injuries suffered are unknown. This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available..
RELATED ARRTICLE: Teen charged with murder after fatal St Kilda stabbing
As part of their investigation into a deadly stabbing that occurred in St. Kilda in December of last year, detectives from the Homicide Squad have this morning charged a teenage boy with murder in connection with the incident. Taylors Hill police have arrested a 15-year-old kid and charged him with one count of murder. He is scheduled to appear in a children’s court at a later date.
The juvenile was taken into prison back in December after being first charged with a variety of offenses related to the incident, including violent disorder and affray. Since that time, the adolescent has been held without bail. The filing of charges against the suspect today comes after officers from the Homicide Squad painstakingly went over hours of surveillance material.
In total, seven guys between the ages of 15 and 18 have been charged in connection with the incident with a variety of offenses relating to assault, drug use, and weaponry. The charges all stem from the same occurrence. The arrests were made as a result of an incident that occurred on St. Kilda beach on December 4, 2022, shortly after 7.30 p.m., when emergency services were summoned there after reports of persons fighting.
On the beach in the vicinity of Pier Road, a stabbing victim identified as an 18-year-old guy from Tarneit was discovered with stab wounds. Although he was sent to the hospital, he did not survive his arrival there.
The investigation is continuing, and the detectives are still interested in speaking to anyone who saw what happened or has additional information about individuals involved. The probe is still going on right now.
Anybody who has information is strongly encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at the toll-free number 1800 333 000 or to submit a report anonymously online at the website www.crimestoppersvic.com.
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