NAMED: These are the people facing Dalby Magistrates Court today. Pic Mark Cranitch.
NAMED: These are the people facing Dalby Magistrates Court today. Pic Mark Cranitch.

IN COURT: 68 people facing Dalby court today

THREE times a month, dozens of people face Dalby Magistrates Court on a variety of charges.

These are the 68 people facing court today, Tuesday, September 8.

Alexander, Scott Douglas

Baron, Robert Charles, Mr

Bateman, Corbin Lange

Bohan, Amber Jane, Ms

Box, James Andrew

Brazier, Terrence Cecil

Buckley, Christopher James, Mr

Burke, Brett Roland, Mr

Bush, Alexander Vitchai, Mr

Carroll, Patrick Michael Joseph, Mr

Charanvir, Charanvir

Charlwood, Anthony Michael, Mr

Clark, Jason Bryce

Cubby, Dean Edward Charles

Delaney, Tyrone Edwin

Deleiuen, Benny Lee

Docherty, Kaine Michael, Mr

Donaldson, Teresa Lee

Dukes, Jack Andrew

Edwards, Aaron David

Frid, Anthony James

Gash, Jydean Lucas, Mr

Gibbons, Richard David

Gray, Joshua Wayne

Hanson, Tai John

Harding, Madison Amber

Hellwig, Justin Edward

Hill, Jaxon Anthony Lee

Hodges, Lucas John

Hoghes, Matthew John

Holder, Richard Charles

Holland, Ethan Robert

Hooper, Joshua Edgar

Horne, James, Mr

Hughes, Hailey Ellen

Hughes, Kevin George, Mr

Laird, Christopher Paul, Mr

Lammonde, Charles Joseph

Mackey, Kale Elijah

Mckellar, David Anthony John

Morrish, Aaron John

Morrison, Kevin Patrick

Moy, Leah Josephine

Murray, Reginald Allan

Nothdurft, Brian Douglas

Nystrom, Natalie Jane

Parris, Luke Andrew, Mr

Richer, Neil Phillip, Mr

Rochford, Tristan Thomas James

Russell, Benjamin Stephen, Mr

Ryan, Michael Bruce, Mr

Stevens, Ian Mark, Mr

Stone, Kerryn Patricia, Mrs

Swain, Brendan Edward

Thornton, Rebecca Lee, Miss

Townsend, Kassandra Lee

Tuitotoya, Sepo

Vadasz, Elaine Joan, Mrs

Vanderkroft, Caleb John, Mr

Varley, Brendan Robert

Walters, Lachlan Thomas, Mr

Wanklyn, Tegan Lucy, Miss

Welldon Taylor, Tyrone Clarke, Mr

Wilson, Sholto Benjamin Keegan, Mr

Wilton, Stephanie May, Ms

Woodbridge, Mark Anthony

Wright, Jai Douglas


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