Four people charged after a number of public brawls this morning
Four people charged after a number of public brawls this morning Contributed

Four people, two teens, charged after courthouse brawl

FOUR people have been dealt with by police after a number of public brawls unravelled outside the Bundaberg Courthouse this morning.

Inspector Pat Swindells told media earlier today police had been called several times to reports of "disturbance" and "altercations" outside the courthouse.

"From my understanding, there was about five to six people involved, however a number of them ran away from the scene when they heard police approaching," Insp Swindells said.

A Queensland Police Service media spokesperson said two teenage boys have been charged with public nuisance offences.

Two women have been issued with traffic infringement notices.

It is understood the first fight that broke out ended before officers arrived on scene.

A bit later, the same brawl continued.

At least five people were involved, according to police.

Insp Swindells said investigations were continuing, with a number of people assisting police with their inquiries.



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