Madora Bay brothers accused of armed invasions named and appear in court

Court appearance: The Madora Bay men have not entered a plea to several charges including aggravated home burglary and common assault.
Court appearance: The Madora Bay men have not entered a plea to several charges including aggravated home burglary and common assault.

Four Mandurah brothers have appeared in court after two armed home invasions were allegedly committed at a Golden Bay property on the weekend. 

Madora Bay men Benjamin Michael Hewins, 20, Jacob Michael Hewins, 22, Samuel Michael Hewins, 22, and Thomas Michael Hewins, 20, appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday charged with several offences. 

They have not entered a plea to the charges including aggravated home burglary, being armed in a way that may cause fear and common assault.

Mandurah Detective Senior Sergeant Trevor Troy alleged four men committed the home invasions on Sunday about 1.15am and 8pm, after an altercation with the victims on Saturday night at a Fremantle nightclub.

Police allege a 20-year-old man was approached by another man known to him at the nightclub and a fight broke out, just before midnight on Saturday, March 9. 

The 20-year-old man and his three brothers attended the home of the victim in Golden Bay about 1.15am on Sunday, police say.

They allegedly forced entry and damaged property within the house, before assaulting an 18-year-old man who was at the address. 

Police said about 7pm the same day, the four men returned to the Golden Bay home where they assaulted two men, aged 18 and 19. 

The men were arrested by Mandurah Detectives with help from the Tactical Response Group and Canine Squad at a Madora Bay property, about 3.30am on Monday. 

Thomas Michael Hewins will reappear in the Perth Magistrates Court on March 25, 2019. 

Benjamin Michael Hewins, Jacob Michael Hewins and Samuel Michael Hewins will reappear on April 9, 2019.