Police charge three teens over assaulting, spitting on police – Castle Hill

Three teenagers have been charged over allegedly intimidating and assaulting a police officer in Sydney’s west last night.

About 9.30pm (Wednesday 13 May 2020), officers from The Hills Police Area Command were called to Church Street, Castle Hill, following reports of an altercation.

As a responding male sergeant attempted to arrest an 18-year-old man, he was allegedly threatened by another 18-year-old man.

It will be also be alleged that a 17-year-old girl assaulted the sergeant and attempted to bite his hand before she spat in his face. The girl then allegedly assaulted a second officer; a female constable.

The girl and the two men were arrested and taken to Castle Hill Police Station.

An 18-year-old man was charged with intimidate police officer in execution of his duty, resist officer in execution of duty, and breach of bail.

He was refused bail to appear at Liverpool Local Court today (Thursday 14 May 2020).

The second 18-year-old man was charged with intimidate police officer in execution of his duty. He was granted strict conditional bail and is due to appear at Parramatta Local Court on Wednesday 5 August 2020.

The 17-year-old girl was charged with two counts of assault officer in execution of duty, and resist officer in execution of duty.

She was refused bail to appear before a Children’s Court today.

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