Australia - AN alleged outlaw motorcycle gang member has been refused bail to appear in Dubbo Local Court following the stabbing of a man at Mendooran.
The 38-year-old will face charges of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, affray and using a weapon with intent to commit an indictable offence.
He will remain in custody until a court appearance scheduled for December 18.
A second man, aged 24, has been charged with affray. He has been granted conditional bail to appear in Coonabarabran Local Court on November 22.
Police allege both men are members of the Life and Death Outlaw Motorcycle Gang.
They were arrested at Belmont, near Newcastle, on Wednesday.
The men are alleged to have been involved in the stabbing of a 42-year-old men outside a hotel in Bandulla Street, Mendooran, at 10.45pm on Saturday, September 7. See your ad here
Police allege the victim was confronted by two men and stabbed four times in the abdomen and chest before the attackers fled the scene in a van.
Police and ambulance paramedics attended the hotel.
The injured man was taken to Dubbo hospital for treatment.
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