A WOMAN who allegedly sprayed graffiti on a Towradgi COVID testing clinic and assaulted police during her early morning arrest will face Wollongong Court today.
Wollongong Police said a woman entered the COVID testing clinic on Moray Road, Towradgi about 1.20am today (Friday, February 11, 2022), and allegedly sprayed black graffiti on a white medical tent and storage container.
A witness contacted police, and shortly after Wollongong police attended and spoke to a woman on Towradgi Road, who was allegedly found to be in possession of cans of spray paint.
The 48-year-old Fairy Meadow woman was arrested and is alleged to have assaulted two officers. The officers suffered minor injuries.
The woman was taken to Wollongong Police Station, where it will be further alleged she failed to provide police with her identity.
She was charged with five offences:
- Assault police officer in execution of duty without actual bodily harm (x2);
- Resist or hinder police officer in the execution of duty
- Possess graffiti implement with intent to contravene
- Destroy or damage property
The woman was refused bail to appear in Wollongong Local Court today (Friday, February 11, 2022).
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