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Police are investigating after a woman was assaulted twice in Campbeltown on Saturday April 2. At about 9.50pm, when the woman was walking on Longrow South, another woman exited a Vauxhall Astra car and walked up to her, shouting verbal abuse, before pulling her by her hair to the ground. The woman broke free and the suspect returned to the car. A short time later, on Longrow, the same female suspect exited the same vehicle and approached the woman in an aggressive manner and attacked her again before returning to the car and driving off.
A 40-year-old man was arrested and charged after allegedly refusing to leave licenced premises in Cross Street, Campbeltown, at about 6.20pm on Tuesday April 5. On being escorted off premises, the man became verbally abusive.
A 28-year-old woman was arrested and charged after allegedly arguing with a man in licenced premises in Cross Street, Campbeltown, at 00.50am on Saturday April 9, before spitting towards a man and throwing a pint glass at him. When police attended, the woman became aggressive, violently pulling and kicking officers and attempting to bite them.
At 1.10am on Sunday April 10 on Main Street, Campbeltown, a woman was allegedly assaulted by another woman who approached her and pushed her, pulled her hair and hit her in the chest area.
A woman was assaulted at a property on Mill Road, Campbeltown, at about 3am on Monday April 11, when she was allegedly punched in the face twice by a man before being pushed out of the property, at which time she fell down some stairs backwards. The man then allegedly assaulted her again while she was on the ground.
Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with information on the above or any incidents to phone 101 or anonymously call Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.