Man to face court after South Auckland altercation

Na’e a’u atu e kau Polisi mo e me’alele ki he fakatamaki fiema’u fakavavevave ki he tu’asila Marjorie Place ‘i Ōtāhuhu fakafuofua ki he 1.10 he pongipongi ni tu'unga 'i ha kē. Kuo ‘i ai e toko taha ne lavea lahi he kee ni. Mahino mei he faka’eke’eke ko e ongo tangata ni ‘oku na fe’ilongaki pe ki mu’a pea na felakaaki ko ‘eni ‘i ha ‘api nofo’anga. 'Oku 'amanaki ke hā ai ha tangata 'i he fakamaau'anga Manukau he 'aho ni lolotonga 'oku vakai'i 'a e tangata ko ia 'i fale mahaki.

Police and ambulance were called to an address in Marjorie Place, Otahuhu around 1:10am today to reports one person had been critically injured.

Inquiries suggest two men, who were known to each other, had got into an altercation at a private residence.

The man who was initially in a critical condition is now understood to be in a serious condition in hospital.

A 50 year old Otahuhu man is expected to appear in Manukau District Court today on serious charges, which are yet to be confirmed.

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