Barmaid hurt by flying glass vase: woman charged

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crimestoppersA woman has been charged following a “glassing’’ incident at a hotel in Warwick Farm overnight.

A 21-year-old woman who was employed at the Hume Highway licensed premises served a group of women. During the evening there were a number of interactions between the staff member and the women.

Shortly after 3am the employee told the group they should leave the premises due to their behaviour.

Police from Cabramatta Local Area Command will allege that a 22-year-old woman picked up a glass vase, filled with lollies, from the counter and threw it at the younger woman.

After being struck on the forehead the woman suffered swelling and bruising.

Police were called and attended a short time later arresting the 22-year-old woman and taking her to Cabramatta Police Station.

She was later charged with assault and destroying property.

The woman was granted bail to appear at Liverpool Local Court on February 29.

♦ In a separate incident, police have charged a man over an alleged armed robbery in Liverpool, and an aggravated robbery at Croydon in December 2014.

Police were able to lay charges after the man was extradited from Queensland.

On December 27, 2014, a man allegedly robbed two men, one in Liverpool and one in Croydon, after responding to “lonely hearts’’ advertisements posted online.

The following February, detectives from Ashfield Local Area Command issued warrants for the arrest of a man in relation to the incidents.

Yesterday a 32 year old man was extradited from Queensland to Surry Hills Police Station.

The man was charged with armed robbery with offensive weapon, aggravated robbery, choke person with intent to commit serious indictable offence, aggravated enter dwelling, and a number of property offences.

He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court today.

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