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Serious charge for teen after alleged cop attack outside Maccas/KFC


A teenager has been charged after allegedly attacking an off-duty police officer he had earlier confronted at a train station, leaving the cop unconscious and with fractured facial bones outside a fast food restaurant. Picture: NCA NewsWire / James Gourley
A teenager has been charged after allegedly attacking an off-duty police officer he had earlier confronted at a train station, leaving the cop unconscious and with fractured facial bones outside a fast food restaurant. Picture: NCA NewsWire / James Gourley

A teenager has been charged after allegedly attacking an off-duty police officer he had earlier confronted at a train station, leaving the cop unconscious and with fractured facial bones outside a fast food restaurant.

West Australian Police say the 16-year-old boy approached the 36-year-old officer at Perth Train Station about 11.15pm on Saturday and an altercation ensued, but it was stopped by Public Transport Authority officers.

It is further alleged the teen again approached the officer a short time later outside a McDonalds/KFC on William Street and kicked him to the head, causing him to be knocked unconscious and suffer a fractured eye socket and nose.

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The officer was taken to Royal Perth Hospital for treatment.

The boy was later arrested at a property in Kingsley and charged with one count of intent to do grievous bodily harm does grievous bodily harm to another.

He will appear before the Perth Children’s Court later on Sunday.

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Rebecca Le May has been a journalist for more than 20 years, including 13 years as a reporter and bureau chief for AAP in Perth. She started out her career as a finance reporter, then moved into general news, c… Read more

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