Police crack down on domestic assault in Inverell

Inverell police have charged at 35-year-old Doonside man for urinating in a public place and refusing to move along.

The man was ejected from a local hotel at about 12.40am on Sunday, March 11 and when spoken to by police he was given a move along direction.

Police arrested the man a short time later and he was charged and granted conditional bail to appear before Inverell Local Court on April 12.

Meanwhile, at 7am on March 11 a 27-year-old Inverell man was charged with two counts of breaching a domestic AVO and two counts of common assault.

Police attended a River Street address where the man was arrested. Police will allege the man assaulted his female partner.

He was refused bail to appear before Inverell Bail Court on April 12.

Later that day, a 22-year-old Inverell male was charged with breaching a domestic AVO and common assault.

Police attended a Waratah Street address just after 4pm where the man was arrested. Police will allege that the man assaulted his female partner.

He was refused bail to appear before the Inverell Bail Court on April 12.

A 17-year-old Inverell male has been charged with intimidation, malicious damage and stealing following a domestic dispute involving his parents.

The male was arrested at about 8pm on March 11. He was granted strict conditional bail to attend Inverell Childrens Court on March 29.

Meanwhile, a 22-year-old Inverell man was charged with intimidation and domestic assault from an incident that occurred on February 28.

Police will allege the man assaulted and intimidated his female partner. Police will also allege the man has been avoiding police since the incident.

Officers attended a Lindsay Street Unit at about 12.30am on March 12 and arrested the man. 

He was granted strict conditional bail to attend Inverell Local Court on March 29.