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Arrests after Rosebud man blinded in assault TWO Wonthaggi men have been charged over an alleged assault on a 26-year-old Rosebud man which left him sightless in one eye. Elliott Harvey underwent two operations and has not been able to work since. Moreland CIU detectives arrested the men after the incident at the Phoenix St nightclub, midnight, Friday 26 May. The men, 19 and 21, have both been charged with intentionally cause serious injury, recklessly cause serious injury, affray and other assault-related charges. They have been bailed to appear at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court today (Tuesday 11 July). Mr Harvey told police he had a verbal argument with three men outside the nightclub at about 10pm. The men then walked away and the he entered the club. Just before midnight the trio again approached him, this time inside the club, allegedly pushing and shoving him until security guards broke up the altercation. Soon after, the men returned and allegedly punched the victim in the head, causing him to fall to the ground. They allegedly continued to punch him in the head before running from the club before police arrived. Creina O’Grady, of Police media, said anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at crimestoppersvic.com.au

Graffiti charges THREE alleged graffiti sprayers were arrested in Mornington last week. Sergeant Chris Bird, of Mornington police, said a 22-year-old Mornington man had been charged with criminal damage after several Main St shops and businesses were tagged with the word “Bosia” over a long period. He was bailed to appear at Frankston Magistrates’ Court at a later date.

Two Mornington youths, aged 18 and 16, were charged with graffiti offences; one received a caution for possessing cannabis.

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Car speeds off A STOLEN car was clocked at speeds up to 150kph in Eastbourne Rd, Rosebud, 5.30am, Sunday 2 July. Police attempted the intercept the Saab which was being driven erratically but lost sight of it near Elizabeth Drive.

Car thefts: teens charged SIX youths aged 15-17 have been charged with theft of motor cars, aggravated burglary and evading police after allegedly stealing three high-end cars, including a $252,000 Aston Martin, from Red Hill. The Aston Martin and a Range Rover were taken from a Callinans Rd property, and a Range Rover Discovery from Mornington, early on Saturday 1 July. Detective Senior Constable Andrew Hodson, of Mornington Peninsula CIU, said the youths, of Frankston, Shoreham and Cranbourne, caught a bus from Frankston to Mornington and drove the Discovery to Red Hill, where they dumped it about 1.50am. Once there they allegedly entered a house in Callinans Rd and stole keys to the Aston Martin and two Range Rovers. The owner’s son awoke when the cars were started but was unable to stop the youths who drove away in two of them. Police chased the youths near Safety Beach. After receiving tip offs they found the Range Rover dumped at Moorooduc and the Aston Martin at Mornington. Both were undamaged. Five youths were arrested at Baxter and one at Mornington. They have been bailed to appear at a children’s court at a later date.

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