Windscreen smashed in South Windsor brawl

MELEE: A person was allegedly thrown into a car windscreen during a brawl in Church Street South Windsor on Sunday. Picture: TNV
MELEE: A person was allegedly thrown into a car windscreen during a brawl in Church Street South Windsor on Sunday. Picture: TNV

Police are speaking with a number of people after a brawl broke out in South Windsor on Sunday.

Police and ambulance paramedics were called to Church Street in South Windsor before midday, following reports of a brawl.

Police and ambulance paramedics arrived to find a number of people gathered at an address. It was reported a person was thrown into the windscreen of a vehicle.

Ambulance paramedics assessed a man at the location, but it is believed he refused further medical treatment.

Police are continuing to investigate the incident.

ARREST - CONTRAVENE APPREHENDED VIOLENCE ORDER

Windsor Police were called to an address in Cox Street, South Windsor last Friday after reports of a man breaching his AVO. 

The 18 year old male from Berambing had attended a residential home in the street, which breached an AVO restricting the male from attending the location.

Police conducted a patrol of the area after being informed the male had driven off before Police arrival. The male was located and stopped in Walker Street, South Windsor a short time later and arrested.

He was later charged with the offence of, contravene prohibition/restriction in AVO and will appear before Windsor Local Court. 

SPEEDING

A man had his license suspended on the spot when Police caught him travelling nearly double the speed limit on Sunday.

At about 1:00pm on Sunday, August 6, Hawkesbury Highway Patrol detected a black Porsche Cayene travelling at 116 kph in the sign posted 60 kph zone on Windsor Road, Windsor.

The vehicle was stopped and the driver, a 33 yr old male from Seven Hills spoken to. He was issued a penalty notice for the offence of exceed speed limit over 45 kph, scoring a fine of $2350 and six demerit points.

His NSW drivers licence was immediately suspended for a period of six months. As he was not the registered owner of the vehicle the number plates were not confiscated.