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Gangster-themed 16th birthday party’s bloody end: Boy, 15, ‘stabbed two men, 22, with a machete’

A 15-year-old gatecrasher has been denied bail after allegedly hacking two men with a machete when they refused to let him into a ‘gangster-themed’ birthday party.

Liam Hamilton was celebrating his 16th birthday with a group of friends and family at his home in Quakers Hill, in Sydney’s west, on Saturday night.

The party was reportedly coming to a close at 10.30pm when his brother Corey and friend David Davis, both 22, tried to move on a group of gatecrashers who arrived.

Both Corey and David were allegedly stabbed with a 50cm machete by the boy, 15, and then set upon by a large group of gatecrashers – sparking an all-in brawl.

Corey suffered deep wounds to his arm and David remained in Westmead Hospital on Sunday night with a punctured lung after being stabbed in the back. 

 

An accused gatecrasher, 15, has been denied bail after allegedly  hacking two men with a machete when they told him he wasn’t welcome at a ‘gangster-themed’ 16th birthday party (pictured is one of the victims being taken to hospital)

David Davis remains in hospital after being stabbed during a party at Quakers Hill on Saturday

Corey Hamilton was also stabbed during the brawl which broke out after they told a group of gatecrashers to leave

Corey Hamilton (right) and David Davis (left) were rushed to hospital after being stabbed at the party. Corey suffered a punctured lung and is in a serious condition after undergoing surgery

Five men and six teenage boys were arrested by police over an all-in brawl outside the home in Quakers Hill, western Sydney. They were all released without charge on Sunday morning

Five men and six teenage boys were arrested by police over an all-in brawl outside the home in Quakers Hill, western Sydney. They were all released without charge on Sunday morning

‘Our boys out the front said sorry guys the party is over,’ Liam’s mother told The Daily Telegraph.

‘They tried to move them on and the boys just jumped on David, the one that’s still in hospital, because they told them to go,’ she said.

Five men, aged between 18 and 20, and six teenage boys, aged between 15 and 17, were arrested at the scene and taken to Riverstone Police Station.  

Police waited for those arrested to sober up overnight before they began to interview them on Sunday morning.

Youths refused to comment to waiting media scrums outside of the police station on Sunday morning after being released without charge.

They were all released apart from the charged 15-year-old.

Liam Hamilton (pictured) was celebrating his 16th birthday when brother Corey Hamilton and friend David Davis, both 22, tried to move on a group of gatecrashers

Liam Hamilton (pictured) was celebrating his 16th birthday when brother Corey Hamilton and friend David Davis, both 22, tried to move on a group of gatecrashers

Youths refused to comment to waiting media scrums outside of the police station on Sunday morning after being released without charge 

Youths refused to comment to waiting media scrums outside of the police station on Sunday morning after being released without charge 

Forensic investigators were at the family home on Sunday to examine the crime scene, while police called for anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.

A witness claimed there were over 70 people in the street when the brawl broke.

‘Just a bunch of boys punching on and a lot of girls screaming. I head them throwing glass and stuff,’ the witness said.

‘We had one car blocking the street and they were all trying to get out on the street. it was crazy.’   

 Both of the men with stab wounds were taken by NSW Ambulance paramedics to Westmead Hospital after the incident

 Both of the men with stab wounds were taken by NSW Ambulance paramedics to Westmead Hospital after the incident

Forensic investigators were at the family home on Sunday to examine the crime scene 

Forensic investigators were at the family home on Sunday to examine the crime scene 

 

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