Police have charged two more teenagers after a security guard was stabbed in Moss Vale.
About 9pm on Tuesday 29 September 2015, a security guard approached a vehicle that was conducting burnouts at an oval on Donkin Avenue.
The security guard spoke to the three occupants of the vehicle and attempted to take the keys out of the ignition.
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One of the male occupants, who had exited the car, challenged the guard. A physical altercation ensued with the guard receiving stab wounds to his hand and back.
The male returned to the car and all three drove away.
The 72-year-old guard alerted emergency services. He was treated at the scene by Ambulance Paramedics and taken to Liverpool Hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Police from The Hume Local Area Command continued with their inquiries into the incident after charging a 16-year-old boy with reckless wounding and steal motor vehicle yesterday (Wednesday 30 September 2015).
He remains before the courts.
Yesterday, two more teens were arrested and charged.
A 15-year-old girl was charged with being an accessory after the fact (reckless wounding) and unlicensed driver.
A 16-year-old boy was charged with being an accessory after the fact (reckless wounding), and maliciously destroy property by fire.
Both teenagers were granted conditional bail to appear at a Children’s Court on Wednesday 4 November.