Two men have been charged following a road rage incident on Brungle Road, Brungle on Monday.
It is alleged that about 10.30am the two men assaulted the driver of another vehicle by punching and kicking him in the head.
Emergency services were notified of the incident after the victim’s girlfriend flagged down a passing motorist.
The victim reported the incident to police covered in blood stemming from lacerations to his face.
The two offenders a 25-year-old man and a 32-year-old man both from Brungle, left the scene and have been with assault occasioning actual bodily harm in company.
Both will appear at Tumut Local Court on June 11.
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In an related assault where a man was found lying on the street in Tumut on Monday has seen two men charged.
The victim was found injured and bleeding near Simpson Street following an assault at a unit in Herbert Street.
The man was taken to Tumut Hospital where he received a number of stitches for lacerations to his face.
Two Tumut men, aged 23 and 31, have both been charged with a range of serious offences relating to the incidence, police say.
They will front Tumut Local Court next month.
Young Police are investigating are incident on Tuesday night where the glass door of an electrical store has damaged in what police have described as a senseless attack.
CCTV footage show a man stopping in front of the entrance to the store on Boorowa Street before being seen to run straight at the door and kick it a number of times.
The man was wearing a blue jacket with the word Everlast in white writing on the back, and blue tracksuit pants with a white stripe down the side and was seen walking on the Boorowa Street between Lynch and Zouch streets.
Police are reviewing CCTV footage, and investigations are continuing.
If anyone has any information regarding the incident please call Young Police or Crimestoppers on 180 333 000.