Two men will face court today after allegedly damaging a police vehicle during a brawl in the Hunter Valley overnight.
About 1am on Thursday 18 February, officers attached to Hunter Valley Police District were called to Clarence Way, Muswellbrook.
Upon arrival, police located several people on the street and inside a premises.
Officers entered the home and broke up the brawl before a 19-year-old man exited the property and approached the marked police vehicle.
Police will claim the teenager threw a beer bottle at one of the rear windows, causing it to smash.
He was arrested a short time later, before a 26-year-old man exited the home – allegedly armed with a knife – and threatened people on the street.
He was arrested, with additional resources called upon to disperse the remaining individuals at the scene.
Both men were taken to Muswellbrook Police Station and charged with affray.
The younger man was also charged with malicious damage, while the older male was charged with armed with intent to commit an indictable offence.
Both men were refused bail to appear at Muswellbrook Local Court on Thursday 18 February.
Inquiries are continuing.