Daniel Sharpe, a 20-year-old Batemans Bay man who stabbed a neighbour to death in 2019, has been found guilty of manslaughter but acquitted of murder by a New South Wales Supreme Court jury.
- Andrew Drake died after he was stabbed 11 times during a fight in a South Coast home in 2019
- Daniel Sharpe admitted to the stabbing but said he was trying to protect his father
- A jury has found Mr Sharpe guilty of manslaughter but cleared him of murder
Andrew Drake, 29, died as he lay on the lawn of a house in Surfside, on the NSW South Coast, as his sister called triple-0.
Sharpe never denied the stabbing, but says he did it to protect his father.
Andrew and Penny Drake had slipped over the back fence to visit their neighbours for a late night…