A 37-year-old man has been charged after allegedly indecently assaulting three women and damaging a bus in Telopea.
Police said a man allegedly indecently assaulted a 42-year-old woman and a 62-year-old woman inside an elevator and in the foyer of a building on Sturt Street.
The assaults took place at about 4.45pm on Tuesday, May 16.
The man then caught a bus on Sturt Street and sat next to a 22-year-old woman.
He allegedly indecently assaulted the woman before he was asked to leave the bus.
After being thrown off the bus, he allegedly kicked the front of the bus and damaged the windscreen wiper.
Police were contacted and a short time later officers from Rosehill found the man on Benaud Place.
He was arrested and taken to Parramatta police station where he was charged with three counts of assault with act of indecency. He was refused bail and appeared at Parramatta Local Court on Wednesday, May 17.
Inquiries are continuing and further charges may be laid regarding damage to the bus.
Two arrested over attempted robbery
A man and a woman have faced court following an attempted robbery at Merrylands.
Police have been told a boy 13, was walking along Merrylands Road when a man got out of a parked car and spoke to him at about 8.45pm on Wednesday, May 10.
The man returned to the car and drove away.
A short time later, the car returned and stopped in front of the boy.
A female passenger got out of the vehicle, approached the boy and alleged threatened him to hand over a gold chain he was wearing.
The boy ran off and sought help from a nearby witness and contacted police.
Officers from Holroyd visited the location and arrested the man and woman as they were leaving.
The man, 22, and the woman, 24, were taken to Merrylands police station and charged with attempted robbery in company.
The woman was also charged with an outstanding warrant.
The man and woman were refused bail and appeared at Fairfield Local Court on Thursday, May 11.