- 15th birthday party shut down by Western Australia Police in Banksia Grove
- Police were called after reports of juveniles drinking and causing a disturbance
- It’s estimated 150 teenagers were in attendance at the Cassia Link home
- Party-goers allegedly threw bottles and hurled abuse police when shut down
- Six people were charged with various offences as investigations continue
Bottles were allegedly thrown at police after their decision to shut down an out of control 15th birthday party on Saturday night
Police were called to Cassia Link in Banksia Grove in Perth’s northern suburbs after reports of juveniles allegedly drinking and causing a disturbance.
An estimated 150 teenagers attended.
Police decided to shut down the party after they noticed teenagers allegedly drinking alcohol and more party-goers arriving at the home, WA Today reports.
Police alleged 150 teenagers attended a birthday party in Cassia Link in Banksia Grove, which spiralled out of control
Party-goers allegedly threw bottles and hurled abuse police, who then declared it an out-of-control gathering and removed guests from the area.
The party was reportedly advertised on social media prior to the night.
Three people, two 16-year-olds and one aged 23, were summoned in relation to disorderly offences.
Another two, aged 21 and 20, were summoned in relation to drug offences, while a teen, 16, was summoned in relation to a controlled or prohibited weapon.
Three cautions and two move on notices were also issued.
Investigations are continuing.
Bottles and abuse were allegedly thrown at Western Australia Police
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