Two teenagers, 17 and 18, have been charged with murder over the death of a man during a brawl at Ingleburn on Friday night. The victim was taken to Liverpool hospital where he was declared dead.
Just before 9.40pm on Friday, May 24, emergency services were called to Chester Road after reports of a brawl involving a large group of people, believed to have begun at a party at a home on Chester Road before spilling onto the street.
Campbelltown police officers arrived and the crowd dispersed.
A man, 18, was found on the road with serious head injuries.
He was treated by ambulance paramedics, who took him to Liverpool hospital, where he was declared dead.
Local police were helped by the Public Order & Riot Squad, the dog unit, Police Rescue, Police Transport Command and other South-West Metropolitan Region officers.
Several crime scenes were established and several weapons, including a baseball bat and golf club, along with wooden and metal poles were seized for forensic examination.
Four men, all 19, were arrested and taken to Campbelltown police station.
One of the men was charged with destroying property and entering a prescribed premises without permission.
Police allege that he ran from them and forced entry to a unit on Chester Road at Ingleburn before he was arrested nearby.
A Cabramatta man was refused bail to be in Parramatta bail court that day, Sunday.
The three other men were released pending inquiries.
Yesterday police searched a home at EagleVale. Two males, 17 and 18, were arrested and taken to Campbelltown police station and charged with murder.
They were refused bail to be in court today, Monday.
The younger teenager is due in Campbelltown children's court today and the older teenager is due in Campbelltown court today.
A home was also searched at Campbelltown and several items seized.
Campbelltown police officers and the State Crime Command's Homicide Squad continue with their inquiries and are appealing for anyone with information or video of the incident to come forward.
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