Hills Crime Wrap: Teenager attacked at bus stop

TEEN INJURED: A teenage boy received minor injuries after he was attacked by two other people at a bus stop in Rouse Hill.

TEEN INJURED: A teenage boy received minor injuries after he was attacked by two other people at a bus stop in Rouse Hill.

A teenager was injured during an assault in Rouse Hill.

Police said the teenage boy, 17, was attacked by two youths at about 5.30pm on Tuesday, September 5 at a bus stop on Tempus Street. 

Two witnesses intervened and the offenders ran off before the teenager was taken to hospital with minor injuries.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Castle Hill police on 9680 5399 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Teenager’s bad drug reaction

Emergency services were called to a location in Dural after a teenager had a bad reaction to a drug. 

Police rushed to the Millar Crescent address at about 10.45pm on Friday, September 8 and were told the boy, 16, had taken a substance. 

Police said they seized three plastic bags with what is believed to be LSD. 

Paramedics treated the teenager before was given a youth caution.

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