The man accused of stabbing three people in Te Puke on Friday night is due to appear in Tauranga District Court today.
Police were called to a residential address in Te Puke around 9.45pm on Friday where they found three men with stab wounds.
The men were reportedly found at a residence in Boucher Avenue in Te Puke. Image Google Earth.
The 35-year-old fruit picker, who had been beaten with a hockey stick, was found at another address shortly after and was arrested by police.
He is charged with assault and was remanded in custody to appear in court today.
Detective Senior Sergeant Greg Turner says the man will face further charges when he appears in court today.
Police say all four men were taken to Tauranga Hospital with serious injuries.
A St John spokesperson says the men were taken to hospital from houses in Boucher Avenue and Cameron Road in Te Puke.
One man remains in Tauranga Hospital in intensive care and the others have been discharged.
It is believed men are of Indian descent.
Police would like to speak to a person who may have witnessed the assaults or otherwise have information that will assist police piece together the events.
Anyone with information relevant to the investigation is asked to contact Te Puke Police on 070 577 4300.