Boy charged with violent attacks on women

A boy has spent his Friday night behind bars, after being arrested in relation to the alleged assault of two women in Sydney’s west.

The first of the alleged attacks happened about 6.50pm on Tuesday 8 May.

The 14-year-old is accused of grabbing a 23-year-old woman from behind as she walked along Harah Close in Bonnyrigg, before throwing her to the ground and covering her mouth with his hands.


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Two days later, in broad daylight (about 12.30pm) he allegedly grabbed another 23-year-old woman from behind, while she was walking along the T-way just near the northbound bus stop next to Brown Road.

She was allegedly placed in a choke hold before being dragged behind the bus stop and punched in the head.

The teenage boy was arrested at a property in Montgomery Road the next day.

He was taken to Fairfield Police Station where he was charged with two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

The boy was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Children’s Court on Saturday.

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The way people bring out ADHD as a defence is mind boggling there is no defence for thuggish behaviour, its time the courts and lawyers stop using it people at their very core know the difference between right and wrong it does not matter how messed up their head is his child is playing a game and these lawyers are playing into his hands, sad really because his attacks will only become more violent.