Woman Denied Bail Over Alleged Stabbing Attack In Townsville
Locked behind bars
A violent stabbing in Townsville on Sunday afternoon remains under investigation, while the accused is under lock and key.
The indicted woman in the brazen daylight stabbing at a Bayswater Rd property fronted court on Monday, charged with causing grievous bodily harm.
Police allege Catherine Sarha Clingan slashed a 33-year-old woman multiple times inflicting wounds to her arms and legs after a disturbance at the Currajong residence.
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Ms Clingan was later arrested after authorities raided a Robertson St property in Railway Estate an hour later.
The 43-year old has been denied bail as prosecutors argued there was an unacceptable risk to the injured woman, who remains in a serious condition.
Police say the pair were known to each other.
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