Pictured: Girl, 16, accused of almost stabbing a man to death as she’s bundled into a police car with her hands in paper bags and wearing a Jim Beam singlet as cops reveal the pair are ‘known to each other’
- A man, 55, was allegedly found with stab wounds at a north Adelaide home
- Police were called to a home on Petherton Road, Andrews Farm, about 2.50am
- A 16-year-old girl from the home was arrested and is expected to be charged
Police were called to a home on Petherton Road, in Andrews Farm, just after 2.50am on Monday, Boxing Day, to reports of a domestic assault.
Officers arrived and allegedly found a man, 55, from the home suffering from stab wounds.
The man was rushed to Royal Adelaide Hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Footage from the scene showed the blonde girl wearing a Jim Beam singlet as police handcuffed her wrists and walked her outside the Adelaide home.
A 16-year-old girl has been arrest (pictured) after a man was allegedly found with stab wounds at a home in northern Adelaide
Both her hands were covered in brown paper bags typically used to keep evidence from being tainted.
The girl was bundled into a police paddy wagon before being driven away from the scene as neighbours watched on.
South Australia Police said the general public did not need to worry, confirming the 16-year-old girl and the man were known to each other.
Police said the girl had spent most of Boxing Day being interviewed.
Pictured: Emergency services on Petherton Rd, in Andrews Farm, after the alleged attack