Three teens charged over Sydney video shoot 'riot'
Three 17-year old boys have been charged over a dramatic riot sparked during the making of an amateur music video in south west Sydney.
The teens are accused of throwing flares at police as violence spilled into the streets of Claymore from the event, set up in a car park last Saturday night.
Between 40 and 60 men, some of who were drinking, gathered behind the shops on Dobell Road at 6pm, and were asked to move on by police.
Some became aggressive and a bottle was thrown at police.
Some moved on, but returned later and a riot started.
Teens and men in their 20s allegedly began shouting abuse and throwing bottles of beer and lit flares.
Capsicum spray was used, and some of the teens were taken home by police.
A 17-year-old Oran Park boy was arrested last week and charged with offences including throwing the missile at the police.
He was bailed to appear at children's court.
Police raided homes in Glen Innes and Bradbury this morning and arrested two more 17-year-old boys, who have also been charged.
The boy arrested at Glen Alpine was charged with four counts of throw missile at police officer at public disorder no actual bodily harm possess in public place non-firearm for discharging irritant, riot, and affray.
The boy arrested at Bradbury was charged with two counts of throw missile at police officer at public disorder no actual bodily harm, riot, and affray.
Both were refused bail to appear at a children's court today.
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