Update: Mandurah man charged after street brawl and car ramming

Detectives have charged a 35-year-old Mandurah man after four people allegedly attacked a victim with baseball bats, before ramming a car on Morfitt Street, yesterday afternoon.

Mandurah Detective Senior Sergeant Trevor Troy said the Mandurah man has been charged with burglary, common assault, reckless driving, driving on a suspended licence, criminal damage and with false number plates.

He is due to appear in Perth Magistrates Court today.

Senior Sergeant Troy said three people have been released from custody, pending further inquires.

He asked eye witnesses to contact police.

About 2.20pm on Sunday, police were called to the altercation near the intersection of Park Road and Morfitt Street.

Senior Sergeant Troy said three men and one woman, with a shaved head and pony tail, were observed fighting a male victim on the street and damaging his vehicle.

Senior Sergeant Troy alleged the fight involved baseball bats and rocks.

She was in the car the whole time and they smashed all the windows - they were both in it.

Murray-Wellington MP Robyn Clarke

The group had parked their ute in the middle of the road, behind the victim's vehicle, according to a neighbour.

A WA Police spokesman said a man from the group of four, drove the ute towards a group of people, before ramming the victim's car.

Murray-Wellington MP Robyn Clarke, who witnessed the incident, said there was a woman in the victim's car at the time.

"She was in the car the whole time and they smashed all the windows - they were both in it," she said.

"We couldn't get past, they were in the middle of the road."

The man who rammed the vehicle was taken into custody by police shortly after.

Senior Sergeant Troy said the man will be charged with reckless driving after being assessed by St John Ambulance paramedics.

"We will look to charge the other parties involved," he said.

"This is not something we will tolerate."

Senior Sergeant Troy said they were looking for CCTV or dash cam footage of the incident.

If you can help, contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.