Charges made over Freemans Reach axe attack

Picture: Top Notch
Picture: Top Notch

Last Monday night, August 4 a violent altercation occurred between a number of people outside a home on Terrace Road, Freemans Reach, with a number of weapons produced.

The incident continued into a road rage situation resulting in a collision some distance away on Kurmond Road. 

A number of people were treated at Nepean Hospital for various injuries as a result of the incident.

Windsor Detectives then commenced an investigation. 

On Wednesday August 6 a 23-year-old women from Freemans Reach attended Windsor Police Station where she was charged with two counts of 'Drive motor vehicle to menace another with intent'. 

She is set to appear before Windsor Local Court later this month.

On Friday August 8 a 19-year-old man from Whalan attended Windsor Police Station.

He was later charged with 'Assault occasioning actual bodily harm'.

On Saturday August 9 a 21-year-old female from Rooty Hill was charged with 'Using an offensive weapon with intent to commit an indictable offence' and 'Assault occasioning actual bodily harm'.

Further arrests are expected.


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