Four young women were arrested after an altercation at a northern suburbs service station overnight.
Police responded to an alarm at the service station on Philip Highway, Elizabeth South just before midnight on Monday 7 September.
It will be alleged they attempted to steal items from the service station and became aggressive when confronted by staff.
The four young women, aged 15, 20, 23 and 23, were arrested and charged with aggravated affray, assault on the staff member and theft.
The 15-year-old Mansfield Park girl was also charged with assault police and it will be alleged she punched a police officer in the face and spat on two other officers.
The officer received minor facial injuries and soreness as a result.
The teen was refused police bail and will appear in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court today. The other three, from Ingle Farm and Findon, were bailed to appear in court on 22 October.