Two more teens charged after police threatened by group in Claymore

Two teens have been arrested and charged following investigations into an incident where police were threatened by a group of youths at Claymore earlier this month.

Police executed search warrants this morning (Monday, September 23) at homes in Glen Alpine and Bradbury.

Officers arrested two 17-year-old boys and took them to Campbelltown Police Station.

The Glen Alpine boy was charged with four counts of throwing a missile at a police officer, possessing a flare gun, riot and affray.

The Bradbury teen was charged with two counts of throwing a missile at a police officer, riot and affray.

Both were refused bail to appear at a children's court today.

The search warrants were conducted after police were called to a car park on Dobell Road, Claymore on September 14 following reports a group of 40 males had gathered to film a video.

Officers asked the youths to move on as they were concerned about the large gathering and some of the males drinking alcohol.

An unknown male threw a bottle of beer towards police and the group left a short time later.

Police monitored the group around Dimeny Park and before returing to the Dobell Road car park where some members of the group had gathered before becoming aggressive towards police.

The males, aged between their teens and mid-20s, allegedly shouted abuse and threw bottles of beer and lit flares at police.

Police deployed OC spray when several members of the group allegedly approached and threatened them.

The group dispersed with no injuries to police or damage to police vehicles.

Campbelltown City Police Area Command detectives arrested a 17-year-old Oran Park boy at the scene.

He was charged with throwing a missile at a police officer, possessing a flare gun, riot and affray.

He was granted conditional bail to appear at a children's court on Monday, October 14

Police returned some of the youths home to prevent any further incidents.

Inquiries are ongoing.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.