Triple stabbing: No bail for attempted murder accused

THE man accused of attempted murder following a triple stabbing at Booval has fronted Ipswich Magistrates Court. 

Paulo Boselala, 40, was charged late Monday evening and appeared in the dock this morning wearing a green watch house issue tracksuit. 

His injuries were visible; a bandage covered a wound on his forehead and several of his fingers had also been dressed. 

No application was made for bail and Mr Boselala will be held in custody until his next appearance. 

The matter is due back in court for mention on August 24, at 2pm. 

Topics:  court ipswich ipswich crime

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