Rosemeadow woman charged with domestic violence, assaulting officers

Rosemeadow woman charged with domestic violence, assaulting officers

A woman has been charged with domestic violence and assaulting police officers, following an incident in Bradbury yesterday.

A woman allegedly drove her vehicle into another car at a shopping centre in Bradbury at 5pm yesterday (January 25), causing extensive damage.

Police say the woman then left her vehicle and removed the windscreen wipers from the other car, allegedly using them to assault the other driver - a woman who is known to her.

The woman then allegedly assaulted a man, also known to her, who was a passenger in the other car.

Campbelltown City Police Area Command officers attended the scene a short time later.

Police say the woman allegedly struck out at the officers, who eventually apprehended her.

The 49-year-old woman was arrested and taken to Campbelltown Police Station, where she was charged with predatory driving, common assault (DV), armed with intent commit indictable offence, and assault police officer in execution of duty whilst occasioning actual bodily harm.

The Rosemeadow woman was refused bail and will appear at Parramatta Local Court today (Tuesday, January 26).

No police officers were injured.