Four teenagers have been charged over an alleged pursuit in Lansvale yesterday.
About 11.15pm on April 6, officers from Fairfield City Police Area Command attempted to stop a Renault hatchback, believed to be stolen, travelling east along Hollywood Drive.
A pursuit was initiated and terminated soon after due to safety concerns. With assistance from PolAir, the vehicle was located at a petrol station on Camden Valley Way at Leppington.
Police will allege the Renault rammed a Dog Unit vehicle and bollard, before the four occupants of the vehicle - two boys aged 16 and 15 and two girls aged 16 and 14 - were arrested and taken to Fairfield Police Station.
The driver, a 16-year-old boy, was charged with police pursuit, using a weapon to prevent lawful detention, driving in dangerous manner, taking a conveyance without consent and other traffic offences.
The other three teenagers were charged with carried in conveyance.
Additionally, all four teenagers were charged with not complying with noticed direction (COVID-19).
While bail has yet to be determined for the older female, the other three teens were refused bail to appear before a Children's Court today.