Police attended a notorious Hazelmere party house for the second weekend in a row — this time to search the property.
The search uncovered stolen items and resulted in a 17-year-old boy being charged with receiving stolen items and organising an out-of-|control gathering.
An 18-year-old man from Bayswater was charged over the party the weekend before.
Police were called to the party just before 10pm on Friday, June 12, following reports of loud music and 150 to 200 youths spilling out on to Bushmead Road causing damage.
Police allege the group of youths leaving the party jumped on and ran over cars on Chatham and Amhurst roads in Woodbridge.
Eight cars had their windscreens smashed.
The youths went on to Woodbridge train station, where they jumped on to train tracks and caused Transperth trains to stop.
An 18-year-old man was charged with trespass on a railway, while a 17-year-old Midvale boy has been charged with criminal damage, disorderly behaviour and trespass on a railway.
Sgt Graham White from Midland police urged hosts to be responsible when holding a party.
“If you suspect there may be a party which could become out of control, contact 131 444 immediately,” he said.
Police still need more information about the party and damage.
Call 131 444.