IN COURT: 60 people appearing in court this morning.
IN COURT: 60 people appearing in court this morning.

IN COURT: 60 people appearing in Dalby court today

EACH day a number of people appear in the Dalby court, on a range of different charges.

Here is a list of everyone who is appearing in front of the Dalby Magistrates Court today, December 3:

Allen, Lyteesha Josephene, Miss

Atkins, Janet Selecia Ann

Baker, David Robert

Baker, Mathew Ronald

Ball, Robert David

Bateman, Corbin Lange

Blades, Michael David

Blinco, Matthew Michael Barrie, Mr

Buchholz, Sam Craig, Mr

Cameron, Peter Charles

Campbell, Adam James, Mr

Carroll, Patrick Michael Joseph, Mr

Chicken, Craig Douglas, Mr

Coady, Aaron Lee, Mr

Colonel, Trevor Robert

Douglas, Meisha Lee

Dubbins, Tiarna Roseanne

Edmeades, Brodie John, Mr

Egan, Maddison Kay

Ensbey, Craig Andrew Raymond

Feather, Tamicka Marie, Miss

Fenton, Keisha Valerie

Gale, Timothy Ernest

Hardy, Johnathon Lee

Harry, Corey Leigh

Hite, Dale Bradley

Holland, Ethan Robert

Holland, Ethan Robert, Mr

Hooper, Tresamuel Robert Gordon

Horne, James, Mr

Manns, Anthony Robert, Mr

Mccarthy, Adam James

Mcclelland, Bradley Michael, Mr

Mcleod, Melanie Anne, Ms

Melshay Pty Ltd

Morgan, Christopher Slade, Mr

Morris, Mark Albury

Moss, Martin James

Murdoch, Robyn Silvia Jane

Murray, Kimberly Michelle

Nixon, Sarah Kathleen

Nixon, Sarah Kathleen

Nystrom, Natalie Jane

Phipps, Aidan Lloyd, Mr

Pohlmann, Michael Anthony

Porter, Casey Ian, Mr

Robertson, Darcy Glen

Schumacher, Michael James

Singh, Jaspal, Mr

Stepney, Kevin James

Strasburg, Claire Louise

Thornton, Rebecca Lee, Miss

Towns, Stacey Maree, Miss

Townsend, Kassandra Lee

Urch, Michael John, Mr

Webb, Pania Jade, Miss

White, Victor Malcolm

Wilkinson, Aiden Paul

Wilkinson, Tamika Denise

Williamson, Karen Daphne, Ms


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