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National news, national, Frustration over forgetting the password to his Netflix so enraged a NSW Murray region man that he threatened to kill his grandmother, a court has heard. James Knight, North Albury, armed himself with a bread knife from the kitchen of the home he shared with the victim, then also threatened to kill his uncle. Moments later, the year-old fled the house in Captain Cook Drive, yelling as he made his mab down the street. Knight told Albury Local Court that he regretted his actions. He suffered man to man albury bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression and pill report green grenade also been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome.

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Police told the court that Knight and his grandmother were at home on May 14 about 5pm when Knight tried to provide his Netflix password to other relatives in the house. A crime scene was established, and a canvass of the area was conducted.

He told his grandmother "I'm going to kill you" and also threatened to kill her dog and his uncle. Moments later, the year-old fled the house in Captain Cook Drive, yelling as he made his way down the street. View in full here.

Knight told Albury Local Court that he regretted his actions. Cougar kik second man armed with a hammer entered the room and a physical altercation occurred. The injured man was taken to Albury Base Hospital for treatment and remains in a stable condition. He suffered from bipolar disorder, anxiety and depression and had also been diagnosed with Asperger syndrome.

National news, national, Frustration over forgetting the password to his Mzn so enraged a NSW Murray region man that he threatened to kill his grandmother, a court has heard. The man threatened him before demanding he hand over the car keys. James Man to man albury, North Albury, armed himself with a bread knife from the kitchen of the home he shared with the victim, then also threatened to kill his uncle.

He was placed on a community corrections order. About 6. Police took Knight to Albury hospital and had him scheduled under the Mental Health Act, but he was later released when assessed as not being mentally unwell.

Unable to do so, he "flew into a rage" and ran into the kitchen to grab the knife, then began to wlbury at his relatives. Detectives from Murray River Police District have commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.