Woman charged for common assault inside police station

Woman charged for common assault inside Blacktown police station

Picture: Isabella Lettini

Picture: Isabella Lettini


Woman, 18, allegedly assaulted partner in front of police.


Blacktown police station was the scene for an alleged domestic assault on Sunday morning.

A woman, 18, from Bass Hill has been charged with common assault for allegedly dragging her boyfriend into a sliding door about 1.15am on July 16.

It’s alleged the pair entered the station before the woman grabbed her partner, 17, by the collar.

He fell backwards into the station’s sliding door and the woman left the scene.

The entire incident was captured on security footage and witnessed by police.

Police arrested the woman and she appeared at Blacktown Local Court on Monday.


It seems riding an unregistered motorbike one-handed while talking on your mobile phone is a good way to attract the interest of police.

They are hunting two males seen riding motorcycles along Blacktown Road about 8.35pm on Saturday, July 15.

Officers followed the pair after noticing that neither was wearing a helmet. One was seen to be holding a phone to his ear.

One rider sped away from police while the other braked harshly. But when police tried to approach the rider he too drove away.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers, 1800 333 000.


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