Police charge men after Mornington siege

Mornington Peninsula Crime Investigation Unit detectives have charged two men following a stand-off with police in Mornington yesterday.

A 25-year-old man has been charged with aggravated burglary, home invasion, intentionally cause injury, false imprisonment, make threats to kill and intentionally cause injury.

The Mornington man has been remanded to appear before Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today.

The second man, a 42-year-old from Mornington, has been charged with false imprisonment and intentionally cause injury.

He has been held over and will appear before Frankston Magistrates’ Court today.

The charges follow an incident in Main Street Mornington where it is alleged the two men refused to come out of a unit about 10am.

Detectives attended the unit as part of an ongoing investigation into a home invasion and alleged serious assault.

The Critical Incident Response Team and Special Operations Group assisted local police at the scene before the pair surrendered and were arrested without incident

A 54-year-old woman arrested on Wednesday evening has been interviewed by police and released pending further enquiries.

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