UPDATE: Man charged with murder after Bundaberg stabbing
UPDATE 3.44pm: Police investigating the death of a 24-year-old man in Bundaberg on November 27 have this afternoon charged a man with murder.
Luke Turnbull has been charged with one count each of murder, grievous bodily harm and acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm.
The 35-year-old Branyan man is scheduled to appear in Bundaberg Magistrates Court tomorrow morning, December 1.
Investigations are continuing
EARLIER: Luke Turnbull was taken into custody by police at 8.30am this morning and is expected to face charges in relation to the stabbing death of Bundaberg man Landon Delinecort on Friday night.
The 35-year-old was located by Bundaberg Police at a solicitor's office on Barolin St.
Bundaberg Police Detective Inspector David Briese said Mr Turnbull was currently assisting detectives with their inquiries.
"At the moment he is in custody and questioning will be undertaken. We expect charges will be laid by this afternoon," he said.
"We are investigating a homicide so there will be charges in relation to that."
Det Insp Briese said police had focused their investigations over the last three days on the Bundaberg area.
"We have received information from the public that has assisted us in locating Mr Turnbull. We are very appreciative of that," he said.
"At this point in time we are aware that there at least three people involved in the altercation.
"Investigations will continue to identify exactly who was at the Cummins Rd address at the time of the altercation."
Det Insp Briese said inquiries were continuing over whether the incident was drug related, why the altercation occurred and exactly how Mr Delinecort died.
Around 7.40pm on Friday night, police were called to a disturbance at an address on Cummins Rd, Branyan.
Landon Delinecort, a 24-year-old man, received stab wounds to his torso and died later that night in hospital as a result of the injuries.
A 47 -year-old man, believed to be Mr Delinecort's father, sustained serious head injuries as a result of the incident, and remains in Bundaberg Hospital.
EARLIER: Bundaberg Police have Luke Turnbull in custody.
Around 8.30am Police attended a business on Barolin St where he was located.
He is facing charges related to homicide.
He is likely to appear in Bundaberg Magistrates Court tomorrow.
More to come
EARLIER: Bundaberg Police are still searching for 35-year-old Bundaberg man Luke Turnbull in relation to a stabbing death on Friday night.
Police were called to a Cummins Rd Avoca address about 7.40pm Friday.
On arrival they found a man, Landon Delinecort, had been taken to the Bundaberg Hospital with stab wounds to the torso.
The 24-year-old later died from the injuries.
A second man, the father of the deceased Calvin Delinecort, was also taken to the hospital with head injuries.
Police then started looking for a third person, Luke Turnbull, who was allegedly involved in the incident.
Police describe Mr Turnbull as about 180cm tall, with a solid build, tan complexion, brown hair and eyes.
He may be accompanied by a female.
The woman is 32 years old, about 170cm tall with a dark complexion and slight build.
Wide Bay District Crime Services detective inspector David Briese urged Mr Turnbull to come forward.
"We are asking if he sees this media briefing to please present himself to the Bundaberg Police Station," Detective Inspector Briese said.
Five police forensic vans were on the scene of the stabbing Saturday morning and scientific officers combed over the evidence left on the bitumen outside the Cummins Rd home.
The officers dressed in "moon suits" pulled down a tent, erected to protect the evidence from the elements on Friday night.
Underneath the tent were large moist patches and three unknown objects.
Detective inspector Briese said police officers had conducted doorknocks of the area to talk to witnesses.
"We appeal to anyone who knows anything about what occurred or the whereabouts of the 35-year-old male or the 32-year-old female, that we are seeking to speak to, contact the Bundaberg police or Crime Stoppers," he said.
Police said they had no evidence to suggest the incident was bikie or drug related at this time.
Police want to talk to Mr Turnbull about a fatal stabbing incident on Cummins Rd Friday night.