The neighbors watch in horror as the man who drives an AX makes his way through the entrance door of a department, as it is revealed that the attacker was released on bail at that time.
- A 28-year-old man was charged after the police were called to a complex unit
- Supposedly he had used an ax to cross the entrance door of an apartment in Perth
- The man was reportedly released on bail for allegedly threatening behavior
Bryant Hevesi for Daily Mail Australia
A man has been accused after he allegedly used an ax to cross the door of an apartment.
The 28-year-old was arrested after police were called to a unit complex in Mayland, northeast of Perth, on Thursday afternoon.
The terrified neighbors initially believed they were listening to gunshots, only to discover that the noise came from outside the apartment, Nine News reported.
A man was charged Thursday with breach of bail bond conditions and being armed in a manner that may cause fear, criminal damage or destruction of property after the police were called to an apartment in Perth.
The 28-year-old man was reportedly released on bail for allegedly threatening behavior
The man allegedly entered the unit and hit the occupant who was inside after breaking the door and a window.
The police who arrived at the scene around 2:45 pm tried to talk to the man from a nearby unit, without luck.
The Tactical Response Group was called and negotiated with the man before arresting him.
He was reportedly released on bail for allegedly threatening behavior.
The man was accused of violating the terms of bail of protection and of being armed in a way that can cause fear, criminal damage or destruction of property.
He faced the court on Friday, where he was denied bail.
The terrified neighbors had initially believed that they were listening to gunshots, only to discover that the noise was coming from outside the apartment.
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