A third person has been charged after a teenage girl was allegedly detained and assaulted in Sydney’s west.
NSW Police announced on Thursday a 25-year-old woman had been arrested after a 14-year-old girl was allegedly detained for several hours, assaulted and supplied drugs by a man and woman known to her in July this year.
The woman was arrested at a house in Ermington just after 8pm on Wednesday and has since been charged with kidnap in company with intent serious indictable occasion actual bodily harm, stalk and intimidate/intend fear/physical harm (personal), and damage property by fire/explosive with intent to injure.
Camera IconElham Naaman, 24, was charged over the incident last week. Credit: Supplied
The woman was refused bail to face Parramatta Local Court on Thursday.
Police had previously charged Elham Naaman, 24, and Murat Kopuz, 39, over their alleged roles in the incident.
Both remain before the courts.
Police allege the 14-year-old girl was driven to a hotel in Parramatta in July and plied with drugs including ice and GHB.
She was later allegedly taken to a Greenacre property and allegedly assaulted.
Camera IconElham Naaman faced court earlier in October. Credit: Supplied
Police allege Ms Naaman was the woman who drove the girl to the Parramatta hotel in June.
She has been charged with kidnap in company with intent serious indictable offence occasion actual bodily harm, supply prohibited drug, steal from person, intimidation and damage property by fire with intent to injure.
Mr Kopuz is charged with take/detain in company with intent to get advantage occasion actual bodily harm, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, steal from the person value less than $2000, and three counts of supply prohibited drug.
Police said their investigation under Strike Force Tumbridge was ongoing and further arrests were expected.
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