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Ocean Shores teen charged over assault at tunnel party

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A 15-year-old Ocean Shores male was arrested at Byron Bay last Friday over an alleged assault against another teenager.

As recently reported by The Echo, a local young man sustained serious facial injuries at a party in the Billinudgel Tunnel.

Detective inspector from Byron Bay Police Matt Kehoe told The Echo the alleged attacker was charged with ‘Recklessly Inflict grievous bodily harm (GBH) and bailed with strict conditions to attend Mullumbimby Children’s Court on September 24’.

‘Police will allege that during a doof party in the Billinudgel Tunnel, the 15-year- old male threw a large rock at the victim, causing injuries.’

Police still appealing for any witnesses to contact Byron Bay detectives on 6685 9499 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 if they have information regarding the alleged offence. 


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3 COMMENTS

      • They ? It’s one boy who did this . Why do ” they ” have to all wear the action of one boy ? There has been no SGB boy club for over a year . this is one boy at a party where there were a lot of teenagers . Perhaps the bad reporting on the last story the echo published in regard to this made you believe it was a gang war .

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