- A 35-year-old man has been charged over an alleged stabbing in Perth last week
- The incident is believe to be linked to a brawl that resulted in the death of a teen
- Jacob Cummins, 17, died after a car allegedly ploughed into him in Canning Vale
- The incident took place after two people were allegedly stabbed at a McDonald’s
A second person has been charged over last week’s brawl in Perth that saw 17-year-old Jacob Cummins run down and killed by a car and two other people stabbed.
A 35-year-old Canning Vale man was arrested Monday night and charged with unlawful wounding and intent to cause grievous bodily harm.
Dozens of people, mostly from two groups of teenagers, brawled at several places across the city’s southern suburbs last Thursday following an organised fight between two youths.
A 35-year-old Canning Vale man was arrested Monday night and charged with unlawful wounding and intent to cause grievous bodily harm over a stabbing at Livingstone Marketplace McDonald in Perth (pictured)
He is the second person to be charged over brawls that saw 17-year-old Jacob Cummins (pictured) later run down and killed by a car
The groups were allegedly involved in an incident at a park, before it spilled over to a fast food restaurant at Livingstone Marketplace.
The Canning Vale man charged on Tuesday was allegedly involved in fights outside the McDonald’s, where two youths were stabbed.
A deadly car rampage took place less than an hour later when a 20-year-old woman allegedly ploughed her car into a group on Eucalyptus Boulevard.
Aya Hishmeh has been charged with murder, accused of deliberately running down Mr Cummins and four other youths with her vehicle.
The 17-year-old teenager died at the scene and was farewelled days later at Scarborough Beach by around 100 people.
The 35-year-old man is due to appear in the Armadale Magistrates Court on Tuesday.
Aya Hishmeh, 20, (pictured) has been charged with murder over an incident an hour after the stabbing at McDonalds, accused of deliberately running down Mr Cummins and four other youths with her vehicle
The 17-year-old teenager died at the scene and was farewelled days later at Scarborough Beach by around 100 people
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