A 30-year-old woman was threatened with a hunting-style knife by her neighbour before he stomped and kicked her while she was on the ground — causing severe vomiting and seizures — in an altercation outside her Cooloongup home, a court was told. Police allege Murrey Vernon Ford, 39, approached his neighbour with the weapon while she was in an altercation with the accused’s partner about 10.20am on Saturday. In Northbridge Magistrates Court on Sunday, prosecutors alleged Mr Ford waved the knife and threatened to stab the victim before stomping on and kicking her while she was on the ground. The victim was on the ground as a result of the physical altercation with the accused’s partner, the court was told. She was found unconscious outside the Cooloongup property and was taken to hospital. She suffered head and neck pain, vomiting and seizures after the alleged assault. Police found a knife sheath where the alleged attack happened. During a bail application, the defence said Mr Ford, who was charged with a string of offences including assault occasioning bodily harm and being armed in a way that may cause fear, would be denying the allegations. Mr Ford is also facing charges of possessing stolen or unlawfully obtained property, possessing an unlicensed firearm or ammunition, having an inadequate storage facility for firearms, possessing a prohibited weapon and behaving disorderly in a lock-up. Magistrate Stephen Wilson granted him bail with imposed conditions. His bail conditions included a $3000 personal bail bond, he must not contact the victim, or approach the victim’s or his property. He must also report to Kwinana Police Station every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. He will face Rockingham Magistrates Court on January 30.