Mert Ney Charged With Murder Over Sydney Stabbing Attack
The man accused of the Sydney stabbing attack has been charged with murder after the incident in Sydney's CBD on Tuesday.
NSW Police have charged Mert Ney, 20, with the murder of Michaela Dunn and the wounding of another woman aged 41.
Dunn, 24, was found dead in a Clarence Street apartment building on Tuesday afternoon.
It is alleged Ney then went on a rampage through the Sydney CBD, stabbing the second woman in the back on York Street.
Ney was chased down by brave onlookers, who performed a citizens arrest before he was arrested by police.
On Friday, Ney was transported from Royal Prince Alfred Hospital to a police station, before he was formally charged over the alleged incident just after midday.
He is now facing charges of murder, attempted murder, wounding a person with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, intentionally choking a person and common assault.
Ney is due to face Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday.