Detectives investigating the alleged sexual assault of a woman in in Glendenning earlier this year have arrested and charged four men and a woman.
Emergency services were called to an abandoned home on Winten Drive, Glendenning, following reports of an assault, shortly before 6.30pm on Saturday, May 12.
Mount Druitt police attended and spoke to a 41-year-old woman who was suffering minor injuries.
The woman told police she had met her 35-year-old female friend earlier in the day at a local club.
Police will allege the woman was then driven to the home on Winten Drive where she was repeatedly sexually assaulted by her friend’s son and his friends.
She was taken to Nepean Hospital for treatment.
An investigation into the incident was launched and following extensive inquiries, a 14-year-old boy was arrested by detectives on Wednesday, August 1.
He has since been charged with aggravated sexual assault and appeared in court last week.
He will reappear at Mount Druitt Local Court on September 18 where detectives expect to lay further charges.
Following subsequent inquiries, investigators arrested a 35-year-old woman and three males – two aged 18 and a 16-year-old – yesterday (Tuesday August 7).
All four were taken to Mount Druitt Police Station for questioning.
The woman was subsequently charged with hinder discovery of evidence and was bail refused to appear at Mount Druitt Local Court today (Wednesday August 8).
The three males were charged with sexual assault in company and deprivation of liberty. All three were bail refused to appear at Mount Druitt Local Court today (Wednesday August 8).