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Three teens charged after Riverview party shut down

MORE than 100 people were believed to be at a party that quickly turned nasty on Saturday night.

Queensland Police declared the party on Diamond St out of control after a fight between several women spilled into the front yard and neighbours reported excessive noise.

Officers also allegedly had bottles thrown at them by party-goers.

Goodna police crews shut the party down after first responding to it about 1.35am.

Police said most party-goers left without incident except for several arrests made near Riverview Train Station. 

Three teens, none of them from Ipswich, will all face Ipswich Magistrates Court charged with public nuisance.

Topics:  ipswich crime, party, police, riverview




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