Two brawls have broken out at Glenfield Park and Tolland within two days

Police responded to a number of disputes on both Sunday and Monday.
Police responded to a number of disputes on both Sunday and Monday.

Two street brawls have broken out within two days at Tolland and Glenfield Park. 

It comes after a spate of brawls erupted in Tolland, with four fights breaking out since November last year. 

Police were called to Glenfield Park’s Southcity Shopping Centre after the first fight broke out about 5pm on Sunday night. 

Chief Inspector Andrew Spliet said six females were involved in the brawl outside the front entrance. 

A 37-year-old and a 41-year-old woman were arrested and charged with affray on Tuesday night in relation to the incident. 

Both were granted conditional bail to appear at Wagga Local Court on April 18. 

Police are still reviewing CCTV and speaking to a number of witnesses in order to catch the remaining four women. 

The dispute continued to escalate the following day as police were called to smaller disputes in Tolland on Monday. 

Fights broke out at both Toy and Lalor Place between parties who were known to each other and in some cases, related. 

Despite three brawls breaking out at Toy Place itself since November last year, Inspector Spliet said Tolland itself was not an area with a significant amount of crime. 

“There’s a number of areas where incidents happen from time to time,” he said. 

“Obviously any sort of violence in the street, doesn’t matter where it is, we’ll go there and resolve it.” 

Both matters remain under investigation, with police encouraging anyone with information to come forward. 

“That sort of behaviour is not a thing that the rest of the general community wants to see or have to put up with in relation to people who obviously have some sort of dispute to settle,” Inspector Spliet said. 

“They are adults who should know better. 

“If they’re going to commit those sorts of offences they’re going to be locked up and put before the court – plain and simple.”