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Police have charged a man and cautioned two teenagers over separate incidents of defecating on railway property at train stations in southern Lake Macquarie and the New South Wales central coast.
A 27-year-old Summerland Point man faced Wyong court yesterday on charges of behaving offensively and damaging property, after an incident at Wyee railway station in January this year.
Two 17-year-old boys from Ourimbah and Berkley Vale were cautioned over a similar incident involving defecating at a railway station at Ourimbah in February.
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