Kids ‘URINATE inside a police station and spit in an officer’s eye after being arrested for abusing cops who tried to shut down illegal house party’
- Two teens allegedly urinated on Mount Druitt police station, spat in officer’s eye
- 13-year-old boy charged with five offences including assaulting police, ambos
- Four teens arrested after allegedly ‘abusing’ police and breaching their bail
- NSW coronavirus rules say only 20 allowed indoors, Lethbridge Party ‘had 100’
Two teenagers are accused of urinating in a police station and spitting in a officer’s eye after cops were called to close down an illegal party.
A 13-year-old boy was among four teens arrested after police broke up a gathering of more than 100 people in Lethbridge Park, western Sydney, just after midnight on Saturday.
Mount Druitt Police were called to the home on Mindanao Crescent at 12.30pm after reports of a fight.
Mount Druitt police station in Sydney’s west where two teenage boys allegedly urinated on the floor and spat at officers, hitting one in the eye with his spit on Saturday
Mindanao Crescent in Lethbridge Park in Sydney’s west, where police were called to break up a party of 100 young people allegedly in breach of coronavirus rules. Police say a mob of teens abused them before they arrested four teens all of whom were in breach of bail
An angry mob of teenagers surrounded police as they tried to shut down the party, which was in breach of coronavirus restrictions.
Police said the teens were ‘abusive and violent’ towards them.
The 13-year-old boy was arrested along with two other boys aged 17 and 16, plus a girl aged 17.
Police say that while they were at Mount Druitt police station being charged, the teens continued to be ‘abusive and volatile’.
Two of the boys allegedly urinated in the station before spitting at the officers, hitting one constable in the eye with his spit.
The 13-year-old boy was charged with five offences: assault police, assault paramedic, malicious damage, resist police and breach of bail.
The two boys aged 17 and 16 have received charges including resist police, assault police and breach of bail.
The 17-year-old girl was charged with drug possession, resist police, obstruct police and breach of bail.
All four teens were refused bail and were scheduled to appear at an undisclosed children’s court on Saturday morning.
Police are still investigating the party and said they expect to fine the occupier for the breach of coronavirus restrictions.