In the early hours of the 16th of February 2016, a 40 year old Rangeway male attended a Bluff Point residence.
It will be alleged the male person picked up a large kitchen knife and entered a rear bedroom of the house where a 41 year old male known to the alleged offender was lying on a mattress on the floor.
The 40 year old approached the victim and stabbed him twice in the upper arm with the kitchen knife causing deep lacerations.
It will be further alleged, the offender picked up a drinking glass off a cupboard and threw it towards the victim’s face however the victim raised his injured arm stopping the glass impacting his head. The glass smashed which caused large lacerations to the victim’s forearm area.
The alleged offender left the address prior to police arrival.
The victim was initially treated for his injuries at Geraldton Regional Hospital before being flown to Royal Perth Hospital for surgery on his arm.
It will be further alleged in the early evening of 2nd of March 2016, the offender attended a residence in Rangeway armed with a small baseball bat.
He entered the residence via an unlocked rear door and threatened the male and female occupants who were known to him.
The alleged offender left the address and was arrested by Police on the 4th of March 2016 at another Rangeway address.
He was charged with:
2 x Unlawful wounding
2 x Going armed in a way that may cause fear
1 x Aggravated Burglary and commit offence
The 40 year old appeared in court on Saturday the 5th of March and was remanded in custody to reappear in Court on the 8th of March 2016.