Violent home invasion-accused women appear in court

TWO women charged over an alleged violent home invasion in Dalby at the weekend have appeared in court.

Tamika Darleen Frid, 28, and Terri-Jean Kay Hooper-Clover, 32, are facing a string of charges relating to an alleged incident in which a baby and its mother were injured in a home invasion on Saturday.

The pair appeared in the Dalby Magistrates Court this morning.

Frid was charged with assaults occasioning body harm whilst armed, common assault, enter dwelling with intent and wilful damage.

Solicitor Claire Graham, for Frid, successfully applied for bail on the condition her client move to Oakey and only go to Dalby for medical, legal and court appointments.

Frid must also comply with strict bail conditions including submitting to drug testing.

Hooper-Clover was remanded in custody with Magistrate Robbie Davies noting her lengthy criminal history and the fact she was on probation at the time of the offence.

The court heard Hooper-Clover allegedly threatened to kill the resident and fired a taser at her, and punched the woman in the head.

Mr Davies noted Hooper-Clover had a "very poor probation performance", and denied her bail bid.

The matters were put over for mention back in the same court on January 29 next year.


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