Ormond stabbing: International student identified as man killed trying to break up rent row – as two brothers are arrested

A man who was killed while trying to break up a row has been identified as loved ones pay tribute to a «bright and ambitious» international student.

Melbourne man Navjeet Singh Sandhu, 22, was stabbed after a fight broke out outside a home on North Road in Ormond, south-east, at 1.30am on May 5.

Mr Sandhu died and another man in his 30s was injured in the scuffle.

Police arrested two brothers, 26-year-old Abhijeet Abhijeet and 27-year-old Robin Gartan, on Tuesday after they were tracked down in Goulburn, NSW.

Melbourne international student Navjeet Singh Sandhu, 22, was stabbed after a fight broke out outside a house in Ormond, south-east of the city, on May 5.

Detectives traveled from Victoria on Tuesday ahead of a court hearing at Goulburn Local Court scheduled for Wednesday.

Investigators are expected to request the brothers be extradited back to Victoria.

Officers responding to reports of a disturbance outside the Ormond home were confronted by two men with stab wounds.

The second man, who has not yet been formally identified, was taken to hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries.

More to come.


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