COURT: 52 people ‘appearing’ in Gatton Court this week

EACH week a number of people would normally appear in Gatton Magistrates Court, on a range of different charges.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, however, Gatton Court cases are now being processed at the Toowoomba Magistrates Court.

Here is a list of everyone who is appearing in court today, Monday, April 20.

Allen, Gary John, Mr

Amato, Rosario, Mr

Arnold, Jasmine Maree

Ashe, Daniel Keako

Berghofer, Clint Gregory, Mr

Bromley, Andrew James, Mr

Burr, Thomas Neville, Mr

Buttigieg, Gregory Lewis

Carlson, Justin Alexander, Mr

Cassidy, Reily James, Mr

Cook, Benjamin Craig

Coutts, Ty Carino

Dever, Donald Joseph

Dimitrov, Nathan John Harold

Edmonds, Jessie Raymond William

Farrier, Shannea-Caroline, Miss

Fennell, Samuel Joseph, Mr

Fitzgerald, Vern, Mr

Hardstone, Katie-Lea, Miss

Hills, Peter Bradley

Holloway, Terry Anthony

Johnston, Logan Rai, Mr

Jones, Savannah Gayle

Kepu, David

Khamis, Ayman Idris, Mr

Killeen, Izaak

Koffal, Cecilia Ann

Lan, Haisen

Lansdowne, Gregory Mark

Lees, Sarah-Anne Margaret, Miss

Long, Cheryl Ann

Lyons, Nickayla Jade

Malaband, Joshua Peter, Mr

Mcfarland, Peter Mark, Mr

Mcgettigan, Daniel John

Mills, Nicholas James, Mr

Minisale, Joseph, Mr

Nemeth, Kristian

Oliver, Mitchell Adam, Mr

Patten, Jacinta, Miss

Phillimore, Michael David

Prescott, Shane Ian, Mr

Rees, Paul Creighton

Robinson, Derick Ashley, Mr

Saunders, Jayme, Ms

Sellars, Gregory Edward

Settetrombe, Ben Mark

Stanley, Alan James

Trott, Nathan John, Mr

Weier, Ryan Matthew, Mr

Winter, Yolanda Jane, Miss

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