Two Mount Isa boys have been charged after a trespass incident in Mount Isa last week.
Police said that at 3.10am on Thursday, October 7, two male youths climbed the fence of a Camooweal Street accommodation and entered an unlocked vehicle.
Police said the boys located and removed vehicle keys, headphones, jewellery and coins from the vehicle. CCTV captured the offence.
A 14-year-old Mornington boy and a 12-year-old Pioneer boy have both been charged with enter premises and trespass. Both will appear in the Mount Isa Childrens Court at a later date.
Meanwhile a Doomadgee man will face court on assault of police.
Police said that at 3.10am on Friday, October 8, they attended a Read Street address in relation to an alleged disturbance.
When police approached the male occupant of the house he allegedly spat at one of the officers.
A 55-year-old Doomadgee man has been charged with serious assault police officer by spitting and obstruct police officer.
He was given bail and is due to appear in the Doomadgee Magistrates Court on October 13.
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