A 16-year-old boy was brutally abused by the police in what his mother said was an act of "extreme force" against his son.
The teen's mother now plans to file a formal complaint about the NSW police officers involved.
She said 7 news: "I understand perfectly that I needed to be arrested, but because of the extreme force they used, there was simply no need to do so."
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Two officers were reportedly assaulted after arresting a teenager wanted for a pending arrest warrant and his mother claims that the police used excessive force.
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Police claim that the boy assaulted police officers while trying to evade arrest at 12.45 on Tuesday morning.
The child was transferred to the Cessnock police station and charged with the pending order, as well as resisting an officer in the line of duty, assaulting a police officer in the performance of his duty to cause aggravated bodily harm, own a prohibited drug and own equipment for its administration.
On Tuesday, October 23, he was denied bail to appear before a juvenile court where he was again denied bail.
Now he is ready to reappear in court on Tuesday, November 13, 2018.
The child was originally searched for pending orders.
When the police arrived at the teenager's house in Weston, on Tuesday, in Hunter Valley, New South Wales, a fight ensued.
Neighboring residents intervened, and it is said that both agents were attacked, one was beaten several times on the head and body.
As the police tried to stop the teenager, they beat him and placed OC spray.
The incident was captured by the camera and several people heard insults and shouts to the police.
Police from the Hunter Valley Police District in New South Wales attended a house in Weston after reports that a teenager was looking for a pending warrant on the property.
You're a fucking dog! Take the shit away now! You hear a person shouting.
Officers are also heard telling people to stay away.
& # 39; Back! Come back now! & # 39 ;, You hear an officer say.
The use of the probe leaves the suspect feeling dazed, unsteady on his feet and along with a temporary tingling sensation, but it is also known to cause excessive damage.
It is alleged that two high-ranking officers detained him and, while trying to arrest him, a fight ensued.