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NSW Police charge three teenagers over 2022 Royal Easter Show fatal stabbing

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The New South Wales Homicide Squad has arrested three teenagers over the fatal stabbing of a 17-year-old at the Sydney Royal Easter Show in April 2022.

The teenager, later identified as Uati “Pele” Faletolu, was stabbed alongside a 16-year-old boy near the carnival rides at the Easter Show. Emergency services were not able to save Faletolu who died en route to the hospital. The 16-year-old has since recovered from a stab wound to the leg.

According to one report, Faletolu had been taking a break from working on the carnival ride when a brawl broke out between a group of teenagers. After the fight police arrested a 15-year-old boy at the scene although he was not thought to be involved in the stabbing.

In a heartfelt goodbye, Faletolu’s girlfriend asked the father-to-be to “please watch down on our future son”.

After several public appeals for information, Homicide Squad detectives arrested an 18-year-old man at Shalvey on the morning of 9 July 2022. The man was taken to Mt Druitt Police Station where he was charged with murder. The man was refused bail and appeared at Parramatta Children’s Court the following day. He was formally refused bail to reappear at the same court on Monday 18 July 2022.

A second 18-year-old man was arrested on 13 July 2022 in relation to the incident. He was taken to Riverstone Police Station where he was also charged with murder and refused bail. The man appeared at Blacktown Local Court on 14 July 2022 and formally refused bail. He is due to front the Burwood Local Court on 7 September 2022.

Following further inquiries, the youngest of the trio, aged just 14 years was arrested and charged with murder on 15 July 2022. He was refused bail and appeared before the Children’s Court on 16 July 2022.

The arrests follow an extensive police investigation during which police were met with a wall of silence from associates of those involved. Acting Assistant Commissioner Weinstein described this and similar incidents as “senseless acts of violence which have had devastating consequences for victims, their families, and also those allegedly responsible.” He implored “young persons to think carefully about their choices and the consequences of carrying or using a knife and encourage[d] parents to speak with their children about the dangers associated with it.”

Deputy Premier and Minister for Police, Paul Toole said “this breakthrough clearly shows that it doesn’t matter how long it takes, and no matter what obstacles police face, their investigations remain ongoing, and now three teenagers are facing murder charges.”

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