Mandurah man charged after assaulting three people, including two women in their 60's

PIC: File.

Mandurah Detectives have charged a 24 year old man in relation to a series of incidents in the Mandurah area in the early hours of Sunday 8 March, 2020.

Around 12.40am, a male in his 30’s was in his vehicle driven by a man known to him. The vehicle was driven to a carpark at the intersection of Old Coast Road and Mary Street in  Halls Head where the two exited the vehicle. It will be alleged, a physical altercation occurred between the two resulting in the victim falling and striking his head on the ground. The male dragged the victim towards the vehicle and repeatedly attempted to place the victim into the boot of the vehicle, dropping him several times onto the carpark surface.

After being unsuccessful, it will be further alleged, the man left the victim in the car park, unresponsive and drove away in a reckless manner. The victim was located several hours later by a member of the public still unresponsive and he was conveyed to Royal Perth Hospital by St John Ambulance. The victim underwent emergency surgery and remains in a serious but stable condition.

Around 1.20am, a woman in her 60’s approached a man who had been driving a vehicle on Doonda Street, Mandurah. The man began yelling at the victim and a female neighbour, also in her 60’s, approached the two of them. It will be alleged the man assaulted both women by striking them to their heads, causing them to fall to the ground. It will be further alleged that the man then kicked the women once they fell to the ground. As a
result of the assaults, both women lost consciousness and received significant facial injuries. The man then left the scene.

A short time later, it will be alleged, the man attended a service station and purchased cigarettes using a debit card belonging the male victim from earlier, before leaving the scene.

A 24-year-old man from Mandurah, was arrested by Mandurah Detectives later that day and has been charged with the following offences:

· Grievous bodily harm with a circumstance of aggravation.
· Aggravated assault occasioning bodily harm.
· Grievous bodily harm.
· Fraud.
· Steal motor vehicle.
· Two counts of possession of stolen or unlawfully obtained property.
· Reckless driving.
· No authority to drive - suspended (other than fines suspension).

The man is due to appear in the Perth Magistrates Court today, Monday 9 March 2020.

More from Local News

Fuel Watch
  • 186.9: Ampol Foodary Falcon (Miami Beach)
  • 186.9: EG Ampol Falcon
  • 187.5: X Convenience Erskine
  • 187.9: Ampol Foodary Erskine
  • 189.9: BP Singleton