A man received deep cuts to his back after he was allegedly hit with an axe during a violent brawl on a suburban street in Narrogin. Police were called to the fight on outside a hotel on Doney Street about 11.55pm on Friday, finding about 50 people fighting including some with weapons including axes and baseball bats. The fight dispersed after police arrived and two injured men were taken to Narrogin Hospital for treatment. One man had deep lacerations to his back after he was struck from behind with an axe. On Tuesday, 14 people were charged with various offences, including a 14-year-old boy, a 17-year-old boy and an 18-year-old female who was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm. The other charges range from disorderly conduct, assault, possessing a controlled weapon and being armed in a way to cause fear. Police say the investigation is ongoing and further arrests may be made or charges upgraded. “Our position is pretty clear, this is no longer a family feuding matter,” Sgt Mick Williams said. “This is criminal, antisocial behaviour and the community needs to be protected from this behaviour.” On Sunday afternoon, about 20 officers from the regional operations group were deployed to Narrogin where they stayed until Monday. Sgt Williams said they were instrumental in maintaining community confidence and helping quell any further violence on the streets. Superintendent for the Great Southern, Jon Munday, said community safety and reassurance were a priority. “Extra policing resources were sought from within the district and from Perth to respond to the violence,” he said. “This was to provide a highly visible policing presence to act as reassurance to the wider Narrogin community as well as a deterrent to those who were involved. “It also provided the ability to locate those responsible for the incident and charge them as quickly as possible.” Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Vision can be uploaded here.