A 17-year-old Mount Isa girl has been charged with assault of a woman with a scooter at a Short Street home in October 2020.
It is alleged the woman was hit in the head with a scooter, resulting in a laceration to her temple which required stitches.
The woman's husband was also seriously injured by a different person with the group and also required stitches.
The girl has further been charged with stealing offences between April 14 and June 29.
On July 11, she attended a Miles Street hotel carpark with a number of other youths and allegedly entered an unlocked vehicle, however fled when disturbed by a witness.
It is alleged she and another youth returned a short time later and re-entered the vehicle and attempted to drive it away, however stalled it a number of times and rolled it backwards into a pole.
The 17-year-old Pioneer girl has been charged with two counts of stealing and one count each of assault occasioning bodily harm whilst armed, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and enter premises with intent to commit indictable offence.
She was given bail and is due to appear in the Mount Isa Childrens Court.
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