A 15-year-old boy was attacked by three young men last week.
Police said he was punched in the face, knocked to the ground and kicked in the groin outside Max Webber library at Flushcombe Road at 10.30pm on February 14.
Police said the boy was treated for his injuries and placed under medical observation in Blacktown Hospital.
The offenders are described as only three men of Pacific Islander appearance.
A 20-year-old woman was charged with assault after a fight with another women in the street last week.
She will appear before Blacktown Local Court on February 26.
Police allege the women was fighting with her younger sister in her Blacktown home at about 10.30pm.
Police were called to the home and the woman was arrested.
Blacktown police are urging anyone who is a victim of domestic violence to contact them on 96719199 or triple-0.
Victims can also contact the Domestic Violence Hotline on 1800656463.
Police are looking for the driver of a white panel van who followed a 10-year-old girl home from school in Toongabbie last Wednesday.
Police said the girl was crossing The Crescent from Cornelia Road when she saw the driver waving and smiling at her at about 3.30pm.
The girl became scared as she did not know the driver and turned around to walk back the way she came.
The panel van then did a u-turn and continued to drive slowly beside the girl until she saw a woman she knew.
The white panel van was last seen driving north along Cornelia Road in Toongabbie.
Anyone with information is urged to call Blacktown police on 96719199 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.
A gang of seven robbed a 43-year-old man of his grocery bags in Blacktown last Wednesday.
Police said the Marsden Park man was asleep outside a shop in David Lane when he was approached by the gang at about 11.50pm.
They were going through the man’s pockets when he woke up.
He tried to move away from the group but was pushed to the ground before they ran off with his grocery bags.
The group are only described as aged 17 to 20 and of African appearance.
Letters weren’t his
A Quakers Hill man was charged with theft after police found him leaving a block of housing units with his hands full of letters in Blacktown last Thursday.
Police were patrolling Oxford Street when they saw the 31-year-old man at about 4pm.
Police spoke with him before they checked the mail he was holding and his bag.
They discovered he had letters in the names of various residents living in the unit block and four other nearby unit blocks.
He was charged with 10 offences including a breach of bail, larceny, six stolen letters, possess housebreaking implements and causing malicious damage.
He will appear before Blacktown Local Court on April 8.
Fight in the street
Police are hunting for four men involved in a fight in Blacktown last Thursday.
Police said two 18-year-old men were walking along Main Street at about 7.30pm when they were approached by a 31-year-old and a 26-year-old man.
An argument broke out between the men and a fight continued down towards Campbell Street.
Driver over the limit
A 32-year-old Seven Hills driver was arrested for drink driving after a random breath test in Blacktown last Thursday.
Police stopped him for a random breath test at Sackville Street at about 10.30pm.
The man was arrested after he returned a positive reading and taken to Blacktown police station where he returned a reading of 0.108, which is mid-range PCA.
The man was also found to be unlicensed.
He was charged and will appear before Blacktown Local Court on April 10.
Stolen car found
Police have recovered a car that was stolen in Blacktown last Thursday.
Police said a silver Holden Statesman that had been parked in front of a house at Leonard Street was seen being driven in a parkland off Alinga Place, Doonside at about 8.30pm.
Police drove to the park and took possession of the car.
Brawlers ran away
Police are seeking information about a fight which broke out between several men at Blacktown bus-rail interchange last Saturday at about 8.30am.
Those involved ran away before police arrived.
Anyone with information about this and any other incident can call Blacktown police on 96719199 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: police.nsw.gov.au/.