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Dalby Halloween party ends with assault

A 17-YEAR-OLD has been charged for allegedly assaulting two people at a Halloween party.

Dalby police were called to the party on Hoffman St at about 10.50pm on Saturday.

The teenager allegedly broke a victim's nose.

He was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm and causing a public nuisance.

He appeared in Dalby Magistrates Court yesterday.

Topics:  assault, dalby, dalby magistrates court, halloween, party


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