Police officer attacked - Glen Eden
Police officer attacked
17/10/2013 - 11:38pm
A Police Sergeant has been taken to
hospital with facial injuries after being attacked while
attending a disturbance in Glen Eden.
Just before 11pm
Police attended a report that drunken people were arguing at
a boarding house in Routley Drive, Glen Eden.
arrived they were attacked by people at the address and had
to make an emergency radio call for assistance.
incident also prompted a number of 111 calls from members of
the public who witnessed the attack.
A Sergeant received
cuts and bruising to his face. He was taken to hospital for
treatment by a police patrol.
Several people from the
address were arrested and are currently being interviewed by
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