Good Samaritan Stabbed in South West Sydney

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A Male and Female have been arrested and charged for stabbing a 27-year-old male in Casula.

The victim had been stabbed on Wednesday having intervened in an altercation between a motel manager and two guests on York Street, Casula.

The manager, 18, had a glass bottle thrown at her and was then chased into the car park of the hotel by the two guests at which point the victim tried to intervene.

Having tripped over whilst interjecting in the dispute, the victim was then stabbed in the chest by the male guest, also 27-years-old, who then fled by car with his female accomplice.

Police arrested both suspects in Liverpool at the intersection of Congressional Drive & Hume Highway, promptly escorting them to Liverpool Police Station.

The accused male was charged with an array of offences related to wounding, grievous bodily harm as well as possessing a prohibited drug.

The second of the accused, a 19-year-old female was charged with a string of offences including wounding a person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm as well as other charges relating to hindering the investigation.

Both of the accused have had their bail applications refused and are set to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on the 11th of October.