July 8: Police were pelted by bottles overnight as they battled more out-of-control parties in Perth’s southern suburbs.
Police were called to the King Street home at 10:45pm last night and found around 60 people spilling out into the street, with several cars doing burn outs.
Windows were also smashed in on several cars, with bottles and other missiles hurled at police.
Officers from the Regional Operations Group, Mounted Sections and Dog Squads were involved in the incident, as well as 12 police vehicles from various stations.
A 21 year old man was charged with being disorderly, and a 19 year old woman was charged with obstructing police. A 24 year old man was charged with possessing cannabis and giving a false name.
Several move-on notices were also issued.
One 16th birthday party was not so sweet with police shutting down the party after more than 150 youths turned up.
Police were called to a Vigors Avenue party in Bullcreek after 11pm last night with reports of 70 youths creating a disturbance.
“Large groups of youths kept arriving and they starting arguing and smashing bottles,” police said.
“The party was shut down as the numbers of youths continued to grow and their behaviour became more aggressive.”
Police said details of the party were circulated on Facebook.
Ten police cars and officers from the mounted section were involved in the incident.
Officers issued to move-on notices and one person was charged with reckless driving.