Frankston Times 23 February 2021

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Man allegedly assaulted by group A GROUP of teenagers have been charged over an alleged assault at a Frankston toilet block. At around 3.45pm on 28 January, a cleaner was allegedly attacked by a group. The victim was allegedly punched in the head and thrown to the ground during the attack. The teenagers allegedly damaged the man’s van before fleeing the scene. The 35-year-old victim was taken to hospital. His wife was at the scene at the time. Frankston Police have since arrested and charged five teenagers. Charges laid include with affray, recklessly cause injury, assault in company, assault by kicking, unlawful assault, and criminal damage.

Dog theft charges


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A GOLDEN retriever which was allegedly stolen from a Frankston South home last week has been reunited with her owner. Two men have been charged by police in relation to the alleged theft of Peggy. Two Somerville residents, a 44-year-old man and a 52-year-old man, were charged with aggravated burglary and theft. They were remanded to face Melbourne Magistrates Court on 20 February. Police say Peggy “is now back with her owner and doing well”.

BECAUSE OF OUR EFFORTS EASED RESTRICTIONS ARE NOW IN PLACE You can leave home for any reason, and the following changes are in place:

Visitors to your home limited to 5 people a day.

Outdoor gatherings are limited to 20 people.

Fitted face masks required indoors, and outdoors where you can’t keep 1.5m apart.

There are limits on visiting hospital and care facilities.

Keep your hands and surfaces clean.

For more information go to Authorised by the Victorian Government, Melbourne


Frankston Times

23 February 2021

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