In today’s South Western Times, an exclusive Bunbury court story exposing how one local teenager was made to pay $3000 to an 18-year-old woman he indecently assaulted, details of the harrowing experience of a South West 68-year-old woman who was found alive after she went missing in the bush for four days, and praise from police for following COVID-19 restrictions. Teen to pay assault victim A Bunbury teenager lay down with an 18-year-old woman his friend had just engaged with sexually and began to indecently touch her until she realised who he was and screamed at him to get out. The man, who the South Western Times has chosen not to name, was spared a recorded conviction in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court last Thursday and ordered to pay his acquaintance $3000. The court heard how the teenager, who is also 18, had been on a night out drinking with friends and had been rejected by his victim earlier in the evening when he told her she could only stay at his house if he could “plug” her. Lost gran is finally found A 68-year-old South West woman has been reunited with loved ones after she spent four days lost in the bush. Anna Johnson was last seen by family in Millbridge on Saturday, and was yesterday found alive on Toorak Road near Quindanning — about 11/2 hour’s drive away. Police praise COVID response The region’s top cop has praised the public’s response to this week’s snap lockdown and said he was relieved very few Perth and Peel residents had attempted to flee to the South West and freedom. As of yesterday, 17,393 cars had been stopped at border checkpoints across WA and only 166 refused passage.