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Two teenagers have been charged with the assault of two police officers in separate incidents north of Brisbane overnight.
Police said a 17-year-old male was charged after allegedly spitting in the mouth of a female sergeant at Gordon Park about 9.15pm (AEST) on Saturday.
Police were attending the man's Khartoum Street home regarding another matter when he allegedly became violent.
He will face Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday charged with the serious assault of a police officer and obstructing police.
Meanwhile, a police officer was allegedly elbowed in the face and knocked to the ground by a 17-year-old during a struggle at the Petrie Railway Station about 12.45am on Sunday.
Police had been investigating a disturbance at the station.
The youth will face Petrie Magistrates Court on December 7 charged with three offences, including assaulting a police officer.
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