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Six arrested after early morning brawl

A 25-year-old Birtinya woman has been charged for allegedly punching a woman police officer in the head during an early morning incident in Ocean St.
A 25-year-old Birtinya woman has been charged for allegedly punching a woman police officer in the head during an early morning incident in Ocean St.

SIX people have been arrested in the CBD after an early morning disturbance.

Queensland police were alerted to the disturbance in Russell St near Tomba's Nightclub shortly after 5am.

Initial reports suggest that an altercation between several parties occurred which escalated rapidly.

As a result, six people in their twenties were arrested and charged with public nuisance offences.

One person was charged with the assult of a security guard and a further person was charged with obstructing police.

All six will appear in Toowoomba Magistrates Court at a later date.

Topics:  arrested, police, toowoomba, toowoomba magistrates court




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