Thursday, February 14, 2013

Quick Response Mount Druitt LAC Police - Anti-Social Issue on Western Line Train

Please note how quick the NSW LAC Police at Mount Druitt have arrested and laid charges on an anti-social event that occurred last night - thanks to Mount Druitt Standard - Facebook Group:

Mt Druitt Standard · 2,796 like this
5 hours ago · 
Police have charged three teens over the serious assault of two brothers on a western Sydney train on Wednesday night. The brothers, aged 18 and 25, boarded a train at St Marys to travel to Rooty Hill about 10pm. They were then allegedly approached by a group of teens who demanded a cigarette. Police say the group then assaulted the two men. The younger brother got off the train at Mt Druitt and walked to a nearby licensed club where he alerted security staff. He was treated and taken to Nepean Hospital with deep facial lacerations and bruising. The other victim was found by rail staff on the train when it reached Rooty Hill. He had suffered a broken nose, facial cuts, swollen upper lip and his two front teeth had been knocked out. Police arrested three teens at Werrington train station, all aged 16. They were taken to Mt Druitt police station, where their clothes were seized as exhibits. All were charged with two counts of aggravated assault with intent to rob causing grievous bodily harm. Any witnesses are asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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