Police officers attacked by hotel patrons

POLICE have charged four people after a disturbance in Dalby on Easter Sunday.

About 1am on April 5 police attended a hotel on Patrick Street.

When they arrived a group of people was engaged in a verbal altercation.


As police attempted to intervene, it will be alleged an officer was struck on the forehead from behind by a man.

It will further be alleged two officers were punched by three men before an officer was assaulted by a woman.

A Newtown man, 50, another 21 and another 19, are all charged with serious assault police, obstruct police and creating a disturbance.

They face Dalby Magistrates Court on April 28, May 12 an April 21 respectively.

A 22-year-old Coolum Beach woman charged with assault police, obstruct police and public nuisance faces Dalby Magistrates Court on April 24.

Investigations into the incident are ongoing.

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