A teenage girl has been charged with numerous offences after allegedly getting involved in a brawl and then assaulting several police officers.
Police were called to Wollongong Railway Station around 8.40pm on Friday after getting calls about a brawl.
Officers quickly arrested a 14-year-old girl as she tried to run from the scene.
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It’s alleged she punched one of the officers in the face before kicking at other officers who came in to help.
She is also accused of spitting in one officer’s eye.
Police finally managed to get her to the back of the caged vehicle, when she allegedly spat and kicked another officer.
The teen continued her vicious assault on officers once she was finally in custody, allegedly scratching and punching a female officer’s arms causing lacerations before punching another senior constable in the head several times and kicking another in the knee and groin.
She was charged with five counts of assault police, affray, resist arrest and malicious damage.
She was refused bail to appear at a children’s court on Tuesday.