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Man charged with spitting at two police officers

A man has been charged after allegedly spitting at two police officers in Sydney’s west overnight.

Officers were called to a home in Beacroft Place, Cranebrook just after 5pm on Sunday, in response to a domestic violence concern.

When police arrived, along with members of the Public Order Riot Squad and Dog Unit, a 24-year-old man allegedly climbed onto the roof of the house and began jumping across to other roofs.

A man has been charged after allegedly spitting at two police officers in Sydney’s west overnight. (AAP)

Police allege the man also started to throw roof tiles at officers down below.

The man was eventually coaxed down and taken into custody.

Police took the man to Penrith police station, where he allegedly spat in the face of a senior constable and constable.

The man was charged with 11 offences including two counts of assault on a police officer, resist arrest, three counts of destroying property, domestic related offences including breaching an AVO, intimidation and using a carriage service to harass or menace.

Police also allege the man was involved in a prior pursuit in South Windsor on April 21.

He was issued a Court Attendance Notice for that offence.

The man was refused bail and is scheduled to appear at Penrith Local Court today.

Source: 9News

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