Two men accused of stabbing to remain in custody

Two men accused of stabbing a man in the stomach outside his home in Sydney’s inner west will remain in custody.

Police allege Anthony Rich, 33, and Curtis Ollerenshaw, 19, were among three men and one woman who got into an argument with Kalepo Ulberg, 24, in front of his Hurlstone Park house about 9.15pm on Friday.

The men assaulted Mr Ulberg before one of them stabbed him in the stomach, police said.

He was taken to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a stable condition.

Mr Ulberg told Channel Nine he didn’t know what could happen.

"They jumped me straight away and I got back up and I went ‘just run’, otherwise there were three guys on top of me."He said the stab wound was deep.

"Lucky it didn’t hit any organs or anything."

Police charged Mr Rich, of Dulwich Hill, with reckless grievous bodily harm, affray and resisting police in relation to the incident.

Appearing via audiovisual link, he cried and waved at several family members who were in court.

"I love you," he told them.

Mr Ollerenshaw, of Marrickville, also appeared briefly in court charged with resisting police, reckless grievous bodily harm and affray.

The pair did not apply for bail when they appeared at Parramatta bail court on Saturday and will appear at Burwood Local Court on February 3.

A third accused, Dillan Hockey, 19, is expected to face court at a later date.

He’s been charged with reckless grievous bodily harm and affray.

The story Two men accused of stabbing to remain in custody first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald.

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