Police charge woman after affray at licensed premise; police spat on at Fairfield

A woman will appear in court today after allegedly failing to leave a licensed premise and assaulting a number of people, including police, in Sydney’s south west.

Police have been told about 7.30pm yesterday (Friday 12 June 2020), a 34-year-old woman was removed by security from a licensed premise on Alan Street, Fairfield, following a verbal altercation with another woman.

The woman re-entered the venue a short time later and allegedly assaulted a number of patrons with a bar stool, before throwing glassware at others. No one was seriously injured.

Officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command attended and arrested the woman, during which she allegedly spat at them and acted aggressively.

The woman was taken to Fairfield Police Station, where she allegedly spat on the custody sergeant.

She was charged with assault officer in execution of duty (x3), assault occasioning actual bodily harm, affray, excluded person re-enter premises, and resist officer in execution of duty.

She was refused bail to appear before Parramatta Bail Court today (Saturday 13 June 2020).

Licensing police are conducting further investigations into suspected licensing and public health order breaches at the location.

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