Tele/ Central Coast Express Advocate: Mardi – Police civilian employee charged with assaulting officers

A female civilian police employee will face court later this month after being charged with assaulting officers and resisting arrest following a domestic incident.

A civilian employee of the NSW Police Force has been charged with assaulting police following a domestic incident on the Central Coast.

Tuggerah Lakes Police attended a home at Mardi about 10.45pm on Sunday, November 15, following reports of a domestic violence related incident.

While at the home, police observed extensive damage to the property, and spoke with two women, aged 32 and 28.

The older woman was eventually arrested and taken to Wyong Police Station where she was charged.

The older woman then allegedly pushed a female senior constable to the chest before punching a male sergeant to the face.

She was arrested, however, continued to resist police, it is alleged.

The woman was taken to Wyong Police Station and charged with destroying or damaging property and two counts each of assaulting police and resisting arrest.

She was granted conditional bail to appear at Wyong Local Court on Thursday, November 26.

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