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Australia Gang storms Melbourne home in 'targeted attack'

01:51  24 march  2020
01:51  24 march  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

Tragic boy, 15, was stabbed in the chest by group of thugs after grabbing dinner from McDonald's and left to bleed out on the street

  Tragic boy, 15, was stabbed in the chest by group of thugs after grabbing dinner from McDonald's and left to bleed out on the street A teenager who was brutally stabbed in the chest while he tried to walk home from McDonald's has died in hospital.Angus Beaumont was walking home from the fast food store in Redcliffe, Queensland, at around 8pm on Friday when he was attacked.

Shocking phone footage shows the disgusting violent attack on a Melbourne home .

A man was tasered after up to 20 thugs burst into his Melbourne home . Windows were smashed and walls and doors were pelted with weapons during It was an apparent revenge attack over a stolen motorbike. It’s not the first time the family has been targeted - last weekend a gang stormed the

  Gang storms Melbourne home in 'targeted attack' © AAP Image/Joel Carrett A group of up to 20 youths have a stormed a residence in Melbourne's west, smashing up two cars in a violent home invasion.

The gang forced their way into the Wyndham Vale property at Munroe Drive about 9pm yesterday.

Police have since charged a 21-year-old man with weapons offences and resisting police.

Another man arrested at the time has been released and is expected to be charged on summons in relation to the incident.

Sergeant Julie-Anne Newman said police believed it was a "targeted attack" due to a number of "ongoing issues" between two groups of people.

Police have charged a man after they were called to a report that up to 20 people had attended a residential address, damaged cars and had forced their way into the property in Wyndham Vale last night," Sgt Newman said.

The investigation remains ongoing.

Country kids committing their first crime after entering child protection .
Children as young as 10 in country Victoria are carrying out their first crime after they enter the children protection system. Victoria's Sentencing Advisory Council has analysed cases before the Children's Court over one year, focusing on "crossover kids" - young people who are known to both child protection and the justice system. Nearly every "crossover kid" was involved with the child protection system before they committed their first criminal offence.

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