A teenage girl has been charged with spitting in front of a police officer when he tried to apprehend her in west Sydney.
Around 2.30pm yesterday at Westpoint shopping centre in Blacktown, NSW Police spoke to the 15-year-old and found that she was in breach of bail conditions.
It is alleged that as she was arrested she kicked and punched police before spitting in the face of an officer.
She was taken to the Blacktown Police and charged with two counts of police attack in duty execution, resisting officer in duty execution, and refusing to comply with observed order re spitting / coughing.
The teen has been denied bail, and is scheduled to appear today in a court for girls.
Two more women were also fined this week for breaching public health orders for coronavirus.
Since joining NSW last Saturday a 31-year-old woman was fined after she was found not self-isolating.
She entered the state with a permit via Albury and told officers she would isolate for a fortnight at a border checkpoint in Nimbin, in far north NSW.
But officers yesterday found her on the mid-north coast, in Nabiac, and she was fined $1000 and ordered to return to Victoria.
Another woman, age 50, was fined after she was found playing pokies in Albury by police.
She showed a Victorian licence to police, and a border crossing permit-but for work purposes only.
She was released with a $1000 PIN to return to Victoria and expelled from the club.