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Teenager charged over Fairlight incident

A teenager has been charged over the altercation at Fairlight (between Delwood and Fairlight Beach) earlier this month which saw one man hit his head on rocks, requiring  emergency brain surgery. We can report the 26 year old was discharged from hospital this week.

The 19 year old will face court today in Manly over the incident.

Emergency services were called to Delwood Beach, Fairlight, about 4.30pm on Sunday 10 January 2021, following reports of an assault. The altercation is understood to have occurred on the rocks between Delwood and Fairlight Beaches.

Officers from Northern Beaches Police Area Command attended, along with NSW Ambulance paramedics, and found a 26-year-old man suffering head injuries near the rockpools.

The injured man was at the beach with friends when two of them were allegedly assaulted by a male following a verbal argument, causing him to fall backwards with his head striking the ground.

He was treated by paramedics and taken to Royal North Shore Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery before being discharged yesterday (Tuesday 19 January 2021), police said this morning.

Detectives commenced an investigation and following inquiries, executed a search warrant at a Lane Cove home yesterday, seizing clothing relevant to the investigation.

A 19-year-old man was arrested at Chatswood Police Station about 12pm yesterday.

He was charged with cause grievous bodily harm to person with intent, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, five counts of stalk/intimidate intend fear physical etc harm (personal).

The man was refused bail to appear at Manly Local Court today (Wednesday 20 January 2021)

Inquiries continue.

Anyone with further information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au.

Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.

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