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Serious assault of police, Mighell
A 22-year-old Mighell woman has been charged over the alleged assault of a Tully Police Officer.
Around 11.10am yesterday (June 6), police executed a search warrant on a River Avenue address and detained a woman.
It will be alleged during the search she has become aggressive towards police and attempted to leave the address on foot.
The woman was arrested and allegedly kicked a officer in the lower chest.
She was restrained however continued to attempt to kick officers.
She was later charged with one count each of serious assault on a police officer causing bodily harm and obstructing a police officer.
The woman was given bail and is scheduled to appear before Innisfail Magistrates Court on June 21.
Attempted break charge, Innisfail
Police have arrested and charged a 14-year-old Innisfail girl with an attempted break offence following investigations into the alleged damage of a local Innisfail business.
It will be alleged around 9.45pm yesterday (May 7) the girl attempted to break into a business on Edith Street by repeatedly smashing a shop front windowpane with a concrete paver. She was unsuccessful and fled from the scene on foot.
Around 12.15am today, police located the girl at a Kookaburra Street address and took her into custody.
She was later charged with attempted enter premises with intent to commit an indictable offence and her bail was denied.
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