Father, son arrested
A Bidwill man, 40, and his son, 20, from St Clair, have been charged over an incident at a St Clair hotel on Sunday night.
Police allege the men approached another man, 26, who was mistaken for another male believed to have been involved in an incident with the 20-year-old earlier this year.
It is alleged a glass containing beer was thrown towards the victim, who was then punched and pushed to the ground.
A melee involving another six patrons was broken up by security staff. Police arrived a short time later.
The 20-year-old man resisted arrest, and had to be restrained on the ground.
His father allegedly approached police in an aggressive manner.
The men have been charged with assault and resisting police. They will appear in Penrith Local Court early next month.
Ice labs found
Two men have been charged after police uncovered two drug laboratories in Rooty Hill and Mount Vernon.
Police allegedly found a 790-gram bag of the drug ice while searching a man, 31, on the M4 at Prospect last Monday (September 17).
Police executed search warrants on homes in Rooty Hill, Mt Vernon and Bondi.
At the Rooty Hill home, police allegedly found a clandestine laboratory, 295 grams of ice and an amount of precursor drugs.
At Mt Vernon, police allegedly seized items associated with a drug laboratory as well as an amount of precursor.
During the Bondi raid, police arrested a man, 23, and seized a number of items.
The first man was charged with eight offences including manufacturing
and supplying a large commercial quantity of a prohibited drug and knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime.
He was refused bail to reappear in court next month.
The second man, 23, was charged with five offences including manufacturing and supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug.
He was refused bail and will reappear before Central Local Court today.
Woman wielded knife
A woman, 29, was charged following an altercation in a unit complex at the Great Western Highway, Kingswood, last Tuesday morning.
The woman became involved in an argument with other residents which became violent. Police alleged she punched a window and armed herself with a knife.
Residents phoned triple-0 and police attended a short time later.
The woman was arrested and charged with malicious damage and possession of a knife in a public place.
She will appear in Penrith Local Court early next month.