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Victoria Police have taken swift action by arresting and charging a 19-year-old man following an alleged stabbing at the popular Highpoint Shopping Centre in suburban Melbourne. The incident unfolded on a Sunday afternoon in the city’s west, involving a confrontation between two men inside a restaurant. The altercation resulted in a 19-year-old man sustaining suspected stab wounds, prompting paramedics to rush him to the hospital, where he remains in a serious condition.

The alleged offender was apprehended by police officers at an address on Caroline Springs Boulevard in Caroline Springs early Tuesday morning. The 19-year-old man now faces charges that include intentionally causing injury, affray, and weapons offenses. He is scheduled to make his appearance at the Melbourne Magistrates Court later in the evening.

This incident serves as a reminder of the importance of swift police intervention in maintaining public safety and bringing perpetrators to justice.


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Article Title: Police charge 19-year-old man after alleged suburban Melbourne shopping centre stabbing
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