Police charge two over Bargo farm trespass

Two women have been charged after being arrested allegedly trespassing on a farm in Sydney’s south-west overnight.

It was shortly before midnight yesterday (Wednesday 8 January 2020), when the two women were detained by security guards on a poultry farm near Bargo.

Officers from Camden Police Area Command were called to the property and arrested the women, aged 22 and 20.

They were taken to Narellan Police station where the older woman was charged with,

• Enter enclosed agricultural lands interfere etc business

• Possess means of disguising face with intent commit indictable offence

• Possess surveillance devices intend unlawful use.

The woman, from Kurrajong, was refused bail and will appear in Campbelltown Local Court today (Thursday 9 January 2020).

The younger woman has been charged with,

• Enter enclosed agricultural lands interfere etc business

• Possess means of disguising face with intent commit indictable offence.

The woman, from Merrylands, been granted conditional bail to appear in Picton Local Court on 28 January 2020.

Police seized a black backpack which contained a digital SLR camera, batteries, a monitor, a high-powered photography light, and several SD cards.

These have been taken for forensic examination.

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