16 y.o. charged with grevious bodily harm

16 y.o. charged with grevious bodily harm

A 16-year-old Orange boy has been charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm, after assaulting a man yesterday morning.

Police say the altercation occurred at around 3:30pm yesterday when a dispute broke out between the two men on Bing Street.

It is believed the 16-year-old produced a knife on the 44-year-old passer then continued to assault the man with a star picket.

The victim was rushed to Orange Hospital suffering severe lacerations and a fractured arm but is currently in a stable condition.

The juvenile was refused bail and will appear before Orange Children’s court today.

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