Residents on Pindari Ave in Mosman are taking extra security precautions after a night of unruly teenage behaviour on the prestige street.
Around 5:30am on Wednesday 15 February, police responded to multiple calls reporting a loud disturbance by a group of males in the blue-chip enclave.
Police will allege that during the chaos, a 17-year-old Mosman boy attempted to break into a vehicle parked in the driveway of a home, which resulted in several residents chasing – and then apprehending the teen.
Pindari Ave in Mosman was the scene of a teen disturbance, resulting in a local 17-year-old boy being charged with a number of offences.
“Officers attended the location a short time later and will allege following a search of the Mosman boy they located a knife along with prescription medication belonging to another male,” a North Shore Police Area Command spokesperson says.
“The boy was taken to Chatswood Police Station where he was charged with trespass, custody of a knife in a public place and being in possession of goods suspected to be stolen.”
He will face Surry Hills Children’s Court next month.
The Mosman teenager will appear at Surry Hills Children’s Court next month.
Also in Mosman, two men aged 21 and 18 have been charged with Affray after an anti-social incident on Raglan St.
At 10:45am on February 21, police were in the area to investigate an unrelated matter when they overheard two males screaming at each other.
Officers approached the males and had a conversation with them, “after which they went in opposite directions”, Mosman Collective was told.
Police were patrolling Raglan St when they allegedly discovered two men in a heated verbal argument, resulting in their arrest.
“A short time later, NSW police again overheard the males having a heated verbal argument and turned to investigate, allegedly observing the two males physically fighting with each other,” a spokesperson says.
They intervened in the fracas, with both males then arrested and conveyed to Chatswood Police Station.
The men were charged with Affray and will appear at Manly Local Court on 16 March.
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