UPDATE: Woman charged over alleged stabbing in Labrador

UPDATE @ 7.30AM Monday, 21st March | A woman has been charged over an alleged stabbing attack in a Labrador park.

A man suffered wounds to his arm, back and neck in the alleged attack at Harley Park at around 12.30am on Saturday morning.

He was taken to hospital in a serious condition.


The attack is believed to have stemmed from an earlier argument between two groups at the Grand Hotel.

“Somehow those two groups of individuals have become involved in a fight between the two parties and unfortunately a knife has been produced and a male has suffered quite significant injuries to his torso,” Acting Chief Superintendent Rhys Wildman told the ABC.

“This highlights the risk around carrying knives, having knives readily accessible if you’re out and about, especially when there’s alcohol or other substances involved.

“You do not want to have access to a weapon of any description. These situations can unfold really, really quickly.”

A 25-year-old Upper Coomera woman has been charged with grievous bodily harm and was refused bail to front Southport Magistrates Court on Monday

EARLIER by Monique St Clair | Three people have been hospitalised with stab wounds after a fight broke out over a comment about a woman’s breasts in Labrador early this morning.

Critical care paramedics were called to Marine Parade just after midnight where they found a man with serious wounds to his arm, back and neck.

He was taken to hospital in a serious but stable condition.

Two women were also assessed at the scene for wounds to their legs and faces. They were both hospitalised in stable conditions.

Early police investigations have found that a ‘spat’ broke out near the Grand Hotel between two intoxicated parties.

It’s believed to have been sparked over a comment about one persons’ body. At least one knife was involved in the altercation.

Charges are yet to be laid but investigations are continuing.

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