Police investigations into the Mount Morgan incident continue.
Police investigations into the Mount Morgan incident continue.

Investigations into alleged glassing ongoing

POLICE investigations into an alleged glassing attack at Mount Morgan on August 14 are continuing.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman this morning said no charges had been laid as yet.

On Friday, August 14, police were called to Crown St, Mount Morgan, shortly after 7pm following a report a man had a glass smashed in his face.

The alleged offender fled the scene and a police search got underway.

A 35-year-old man was arrested at Coronation Dr, Mount Morgan, about 8.20pm on the night of the incident and was taken into custody.

The 20-year-old alleged victim, who sustained facial injuries, was treated by paramedics at the scene before being taken to Rockhampton Hospital.

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