The police led the barefoot man (pictured) around the apartment block
A man who was charged with murder after two people died when a suspected neighboring dispute became violent has told police that his alleged victims went to his block to pay off a drug debt.
The 34-year-old man was heard telling the police his version of the events as he led the scene 24 hours after the alleged murder detectives.
He had spent the night in custody after the police at Cartwright in western Sydney flooded a cul-de-sac when violence broke out on Tuesday afternoon.
A man and a woman both died as a result of the fight.
The man was later charged with two murders on Wednesday afternoon.
At around 1:15 p.m. on Wednesday, he was taken back to the public apartment block where the alleged murders took place.
In a forensic suit and gloves, the man led detectives through his version of what had happened the day before.
The police were called to Huntley Place around 4 p.m. after screams were heard
The dispute over the arrested man led the police through the alleged double murder site
Much of the action took place at the bottom of the stairs, then he led the police back and down the balcony to the opposite end of his door.
A neighbor, Robert Bangle, hid in the house during the terrible melee.
Mr. Bangle said he believed the man went down unarmed to resolve an argument.
"He said" they attacked me with an ax ". He didn't go down to hurt anyone."
Elderly neighbor Robert Bangle (pictured right) told Daily Mail Australia that he was hiding in his home when violence broke out
Forensic officers were seen where a man and a woman died
Mr. Bangle described the terrible moment when he saw the dying man and woman bleeding on the floor.
"I came out and saw her lying there and knew immediately that the man could not be saved," he said.
"They were covered in blood and the lady was crying for help."
The 40-year-old man died at the scene and the 34-year-old woman later died in the hospital.
The video was recorded by the police when the man explained what was supposed to have happened
The barefoot man (picture) was led around the unit's block by the police
In a forensic jumpsuit, the man (pictured) led the police through the apartment block where a man and a woman died
He said when he finally showed up after calling the police, he saw the two bodies that had been "messed up".
"I heard all the screaming and just called Triple Zero and said" Get the police here now, "said Mr. Bangle.
When everything subsided, I came outside and sat trembling.
"The (dead) people who were there don't live in the place … they crashed the joint."
Mr. Bangle said he suspected the incident was drug-related.
Police are reportedly investigating whether the man who died at the scene originally carried the ax.
The police blocked the road while the investigation continued.
A local man told Daily Mail Australia that he heard shouts from the unit as he passed.
After living in the area for 20 years, he didn't think much about it and didn't want to get involved.
"I walked past just before 4pm and heard the shouting and then a woman screaming, but I didn't want to get involved," said the man who didn't want to be named.
"You hear enough screams every night that it's hard to tell what's serious and what's not.
"You are just learning to stay for yourself or I could have been stabbed."
Detectives watch the man (pictured) describe what happened during the deadly fight
Another neighbor told Daily Mail Australia that it was common to hear screams from the apartments at the end of the cul-de-sac (Image: detectives at the scene)
Another neighbor told Daily Mail Australia that it was common to hear screams from the apartments at the end of the cul-de-sac.
"There has been a lot of noise and police presence in the block over the past 12 months," she said.
“There were cars parked there at all times of the night and a door was kicked in about a month ago.
You will hear screaming and abuse and a few days later it would be back.
"A lot of police officers showed up – at least once a month and up to two or three times a week."
Richard Johnson, who lives across the street, said he had heard a woman scream for about 20 to 25 minutes.
"I heard a woman scream, she sang" help, help "for a long time," he said.
Mr. Johnson said the police are known to visit the unit and sometimes visit "twice a week".
"It's very scary, especially when a lot of old people live here."
The neighbor Richard Johnson (pictured) said he had heard a woman scream for about 20 to 25 minutes. "I heard a woman scream, she sang" Help, Help "for a long time," he said to TNV
The street footage showed several ambulances and police vehicles on site.
Superintendent Adam Whyte said it seemed that the incident was not accidental.
"It appears that a man and a woman came to the units here in Cartwright because of a dispute and a fight broke out as a result," he said.
"I would say to residents that this appears to be a specific attack, it is not accidental."
When asked about the weapon, Mr. Whyte said, "We are still investigating."
Police said a dispute broke out between the residents of suburban street and when they arrived they found two seriously injured people.
"Liverpool City Police Area Command officers were present to locate a woman and a man who had sustained stab wounds," the NSW police said in a statement.
"Paramedics from NSW Ambulance treated the man, but he died on site."
"The City of Liverpool detectives are among the best in the state … and examine all information on the matter."
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