Boy, 17, who tried to shoot a policeman with an arrow & # 39; is accused of attempted murder
- A 17-year-old boy reportedly tried to show an arrow to a Victorian police officer
- The police arrived on a site on Thursday to report that a man was acting irregularly
- After the incident, a house search found an explosive device, the boy is confronted with six charges
A teenager allegedly trying to shoot an arrow at a Victorian police officer has been charged with attempted murder.
Police claim the 17-year-old behaved erratic and refused to leave a home on Dugan Street in Sale, east of the state, when they arrived on Thursday at 2.30 p.m.
& # 39; It is claimed that the man on the spot has released an arrow to the members of the police, barely missing a sergeant, & # 39; Victoria spokeswoman Belinda Batty said Friday.
The police claim that the 17-year-old behaved erratic and refused to leave a home on Dugan Street in Sale (photo), in the east of the state, when they arrived on Thursday at 2.30 p.m.
The property was searched and the police seized an explosive.
The teenager was also accused of behavior that endangered life, assault, assault, destruction, criminal damage and allegations of possession of an explosive device.
He will appear at a kindergarten at a later date.
The teenager was also accused of life-threatening behavior, assault, assault, destruction, criminal damage, and allegations of possession of an explosive (stock image)
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