A 23-year-old man has been sent to jail after he was charged on Thursday with attempted murder following an alleged stabbing in Gowrie late last year.
Andrew James Francis Beath-Williams was arrested on Wednesday following a five month police investigation into the October incident.
Mr Beath Williams was charged with attempted murder and theft using force for allegedly stealing a sports watch and $110 from the alleged stabbing victim.
He did not enter pleas and did not apply for bail.
It comes just days after 33-year-old Richardson man, Ashleigh Wayne Wilson, was extradited from Tasmania and appeared in the ACT Magistrates Court over the same incident.
Mr Wilson appeared before the court on Saturday after he was arrested in Bridgewater in Tasmania by state police on February 4. Mr Wilson was remanded in custody but not formally charged, pending a court date later this month.
Police allege a 23-year-old man was stabbed in the leg, hands and neck on October 1 in the car park of the Erindale Scout Hall on Castleton Street.
The alleged victim fled from the scene and raised the alarm at a nearby service station in Chisholm where he was treated by paramedics.
Mr Beath-Williams was remanded in custody and is due to return to court in early March.