Man who 'threatened to spit' on police among latest COVID-19 charges

A man has been charged after allegedly threatening to spit on a bus driver and then allegedly biting a police officer.

Man who 'threatened to spit' on police among latest COVID-19 charges

A man has been charged after allegedly threatening to spit on a bus driver and then allegedly biting a police officer.

A 41-year-old man boarded a bus at Brookvale in Sydney's north about 6.20am yesterday, and allegedly failed to pay the fare.

Police claim he then threatened to spit on the driver after being confronted. The driver opened the doors, and the man got off the bus.

Officers later arrested a man at a Brookvale home, where it's alleged he threatened to spit on them as well and bit a constable on the wrist.

It's further alleged the man repeatedly spat in the holding dock at Manly Police Station.

He was refused bail to appear at Parramatta Local Court today.

A 29-year-old man was also arrested and charged in the Hunter Valley region yesterday morning after allegedly spitting on a police officer.

Police attended the Stroud home over an alleged domestic violence incident but were refused entry.

After the alleged spitting, the man was arrested and a 32-year-old woman was found in the home.

The man was charged with breaching an AVO and assaulting a police officer

NSW Police have charged two other people yesterday and today for breaching the Public Health Act's COVID-19 restrictions, including a 48-year-old man in Sans Souci south of Sydney, who also allegedly breached an AVO.

A 29-year-old woman was charged in Marrickville in Sydney's Inner West last night with breaching the Act as well as with mail theft and drug possession.

Officers have also issued 18 personal infringement notices in the same time period across NSW.

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