UPDATE: Two people charged after man allegedly tortured
LATEST: TWO people accused of torturing a man before stabbing him with a syringe at Sadliers Crossing have fronted court where they were both remanded into custody.
Tracey Jean Mackay, 47, and Rodney James Dingle, 47, appeared in Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday after being charged at the weekend.
Both are facing three counts each of assault occasioning bodily harm and one count each of torture and stealing.
It is alleged the two held a man, 55, hostage at a house in Syntax St after he went to the property on Friday evening.
The victim was allegedly bound with duct tape and assaulted before being stabbed a number of times in the arm with a syringe.
The victim managed to escape on Saturday morning and went to Ipswich police station where he received medical treatment for non-life threatening injuries.
The court heard on Monday during a bail application that Ms Mackay was the sole carer of her wheelchair-bound daughter, 10, who was learning to walk again following a leg operation.
Mr Dingle made no application for bail.
Magistrate Donna MacCallum said the police case against the two was fairly compelling.
She noted police had gathered evidence from the scene including the victim's blood, duct tape with hair stuck to it and stolen property.
Mr Dingle's case was adjourned until June 7 and Ms Mackay's case was adjourned until June 29.
EARLIER: TWO people have been charged with allegedly bounding a 55-year-old man with duct tape and stabbing him multiple times with a syringe.
The pair, a man and woman both aged 47, will face Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday.
Queensland Police said they have each been charged with three counts of assault occasioning bodily harm, one count of torture and one count of stealing.
QPS said in a statement the pair allegedly assaulted the 55-year-old on Friday night about 8pm when he went to an address on Syntax St in Sadliers Crossing.
"It will be alleged that he was assaulted and bound with duct tape before being stabbed a number of times in the arm with a syringe," QPS said.
Police said the man was able to escape the house about 9am on Saturday morning and went to Ipswich Police Station.
QPS said he received medical treatment at the station for non-life threatening injuries and a crime scene was set up at the house where he was allegedly held.
Both the man and woman were taken into custody.