Teenager is charged with murder after ‘brutally stabbing a man, 20, in the neck at a salon while he was getting his hair cut’
- A teen has been charged with the stabbing death of man, 20, having a haircut
- The victim died following the stabbing at Classico Hair Salon in Sydney’s west
- His alleged killer, 18, was later arrested at a home and was later refused bail
- Emergency crews rushed to Mimosa Rd about 12.40pm after reports of stabbing
- The man was rushed to Liverpool hospital in a critical condition where he died
A teenager remains behind bars after he was accused of murdering another young man in a stabbing at a Sydney hair salon.
Fredon Laith Botrus, 18, didn’t apply for bail and it was formally refused by Magistrate Robert Rabbidge during an appearance at a Parramatta court on Saturday.
The 20-year-old alleged victim Alfredo Isho died hours after he was rushed to hospital following the stabbing at Classico Hair Salon in Bossley Park, Sydney’s west.
Alfredo Isho (pictured) died hours after he was rushed to hospital following being stabbed at Classico Hair Salon in Bossley Park, Sydney’s west
The 20-year-old man has died after he was stabbed in the neck at a Sydney hair salon. Pictured, emergency services at the scene
Botrus faced court via video link on Saturday after he was arrested on Tallowood Crescent in Bossley Park on Friday afternoon.
The teen was previously refused police bail ahead of an appearance at Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday.
Emergency services were called to the hair salon on Mimosa Road at 12.40pm on Friday, with the man stumbling out onto the street and collapsing.
Emergency services were called to the scene at Bossley Park about 12.40pm on Friday
The man reportedly suffered a single stab wound to the right side of his chest.
Shoppers and business owners in nearby shops heard screams and walked outside to see the victim on the floor.
‘I just heard somebody screaming, I walked out and I saw him stabbed on the floor,’ Shayna’s cafe owner Ninos Tooma told The Daily Telegraph.
Witnesses reported a man on a motorcycle with L-plates had pulled up outside the salon about 12.40pm and entered the shop, before dumping the bike.
The victim was in cardiac arrest on the pavement outside the salon when emergency services arrived at the scene.
A large section of the road was blocked off as police began investigating the incident
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