Four men, one woman charged with affray over Oaks brawl

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Five people have been charged over their alleged involvement in a brawl at a hotel in The Oaks.

Police were called to a hotel on John Street, The Oaks, following reports a group of people were fighting in the hotel in the evening of June 24.

Officers attached to Camden Police Area Command arrived and found the group had dispersed and left the scene.

A 62-year-old man with a broken shoulder and a serious head injury was taken to Campbelltown Hospital in a stable condition for treatment.

Police established a crime scene and launched an investigation into the incident.

Following inquiries, police arrested four men aged 39, 62, 34 and 25 years old and a 27-year-old woman.

All five were charged with affray and common assault.

The 39-year-old was granted conditional bail to appear before Picton Local Court on July 11.

The 62-year-old and 34-year-old men were granted conditional bail to appear before the same court on July 18.

The 25-year-old and 27-year-old were also granted conditional bail to appear before the same court on July 25.


In a separate incident, police are appealing for information after a pedestrian was hit by a car in Liverpool.

A woman was struck by a Grey Subaru Impreza at the intersection of Bigge Street and Elizabeth Drive last Friday afternoon.

The vehicle failed to stop and then collided with a pole, with the pedestrian thrown a short distance.

The male driver and passenger abandoned the vehicle and fled the scene in a taxi.

Officers attached to Liverpool City Police Area Command attended and found a 31-year-old woman with serious head injuries.

She was taken to Liverpool Hospital where she underwent surgery.

A crime scene was established, with officers attached to the Metropolitan and Southern Crash Investigation Unit commencing investigations into the circumstances surrounding the incident.

The vehicle has been seized.

As investigations continue, police are appealing for anyone with dashcam footage, CCTV or information about the incident to contact Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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