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Camden pub schooner glass attack: man in hospital

A man will appear in court today charged following a glassing incident and police assault in a Camden pub on Friday night.

When emergency service personnel and police officers arrived at the Argyle Street premises just after 8pm they found a 30-year-old man suffering a serious laceration to his throat after being stuck with a schooner glass.

He was treated by NSW Ambulance paramedics before being taken to Liverpool Hospital in a stable condition to undergo surgery.

A 66-year-old man, detained by security at the scene, was arrested, before being taken to Narellan Police Station.

While undergoing treatment by paramedics for a laceration to the hand, he allegedly became aggressive and punched a female constable to the throat, before attempting to flee.

The man was taken to Campbelltown Hospital under police guard.

Upon release, he was escorted to Camden Police Station where he was charged with wounding a person with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, common assault, and assaulting a police officer in execution of their duty.

He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Bail Court today (Sunday 19 June 2022).

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Police are appealing for public assistance to locate this teenage boy, who has been reported missing.

Noah Ward, aged 15, was last seen at a home on Reservoir Road, Mt Pritchard, about 8pm last night (Saturday 18 June 2022).

When he failed to return home, officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command were notified and commenced inquiries into his whereabouts.

Police have serious concerns for his welfare.

Noah is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 170cm tall, of medium build with red hair and glasses.

He was last seen wearing a black Nike t-shirt, black shorts and black sneakers. He is believed to be riding a matte black Pedal bicycle with green and blue writing.

Noah may frequent the Liverpool, Cartwright or Miller areas.

Anyone with information regarding Noah’s whereabouts is urged to contact police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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