Police have arrested a man over an alleged assault, affray and malicious damage at a fast-food restaurant in Roselands.
The incident occurred about 9.30pm on Monday (20 July 2015).
Police have been told three men entered the restaurant, which is located on Canterbury Road.
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While waiting to be served, the men became aggressive and abusive towards staff.
It’s alleged one of the men picked up a chair and threw it towards the front counter, where it struck a 24-year-old female employee. A cash register and drinks machine were also damaged.
The three men left the store, and police were called.
Officers from Campsie Local Area Command have been investigating the incident.
As a result of these inquiries, police arrested a 20-year-old man in Belmore about 4.40pm yesterday (Tuesday 21 July 2015).
During a search of the man, police seized a quantity of a drug believed to be methylamphetamine (“ice”).
At Campsie Police Station, police charged the man with:
– Recklessly/intentionally destroy/damage property;
– Assault occasioning actual bodily harm; and
– Supply prohibited drug.
The man has been refused bail to appear in Burwood Local Court today (Wednesday 22 July 2015).
The investigation continues.