The man is charged with attempted murder after allegedly setting fire to a house with two women in it
- Emergency services were called a house fire in Wooloowin, Brisbane on Sunday
- Two women were in the house at the time of the fire and escaped unharmed
- A 34-year-old man has been charged with two attempted murder
Police have charged a man with attempted murder and multiple crimes related to domestic violence after a house fire in Wooloowin, a suburb in northern Brisbane.
Emergency services were called to a property on Eveleigh Street early Sunday morning after reports of a house fire.
Two women were in the house at the time of the fire and escaped without injury.
Emergency services were called on Sunday morning to accommodate a house in Wooloowin (photo)
Later on Sunday, a 34-year-old Wooloowin man volunteered to go to Hendra Police Station to assist in the investigation.
He has been charged with two attempted murder and arson (vehicle and home), and once for violation of a police protection notice, assault resulting in bodily harm, common assault and deliberate damage in connection with previous incidents at the same address.
The man has been denied police bail and will appear before the Brisbane Court of Appeal on Monday, May 17.
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A man has been charged with two attempted murders after two women escaped from the house unharmed (photo)