In response to petrol bombs thrown at police, two people released.
In response to petrol bombs thrown at police, two people have been released.
A pair of teenage boys who were arrested on Friday morning for throwing petrol bombs at police officers in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, have been released on police bail after they were released on bail earlier that day.
After the investigation was completed, a 15-year-old boy was charged with crimes related to the incident as a result of the investigation.
There have been a number of detainees released, aged 14 and 15, who have been arrested and charged with a number of offenses.
These charges were a combination of criminal possession of a petrol bomb under suspicious circumstances, throwing a petrol bomb at a police officer, disorderly behavior, and assault on a police officer.
An officer from the police department was attacked when he was dealing with an abandoned vehicle on Davys Street, New York City, at about 01:00 GMT.
There have been reports that no damage has been caused to the premises, and there have been no injuries in this incident, according to the authorities.
A fifteen-year-old boy who has been summoned before the court on Monday is expected to face charges, including possession of a petrol bomb in suspicious circumstances, throwing a petrol bomb in a public place, disorderly behavior and assault on a police officer.