Each week a number of people appear in the Proserpine court, on a range of different charges.
Each week a number of people appear in the Proserpine court, on a range of different charges. Peter Carruthers

IN COURT: 47 people appearing in Proserpine court today

EACH week a number of people appear in the Proserpine court, on a range of different charges.

Here is a list of everyone who is appearing in front of the Proserine Magistrates Court today, October 14.

NOTE: This list is updated every Monday.

Alty, Blake Henry

Amos, Jenna

Bauer, Clinton Stanley

Bell, Talia Louise

Blewitt, Damian Gordan

Bosevski, Antonio James

Brooks, Gage

Brown, Sharlene Evie

Buckley, Karlie Elizabeth, Miss

Clarke, Zeke Andrew Peter

Clifton, Alex Joseph Jack

Collingwood, Brady Peter

Cook, Hilton John Hugh

Decraene, Julie Brigitte

D'Helin, Gavin Dennis

Downie, Helen Grace

Gillan, Benjamin Maxwell

Hawkes, David Phillip

Hodges, Thomas James

Hoffmann, Jordan Frances

Hooke, Jarrod Arthur

Hussey, Gavin John

James, Michael Leslie

Laundry, Christopher John

Magnusson, Ryan Joseph

Maher, Matthew Patrick

Marshall, Brenden Alan

Mckellin, Jayden Peter

Mitchell, David Alan Hugh

Mulligan, Tony Troy Daniel

Panschow, Daniel Murphy William Tyson

Peacock, Nathan Brett, Mr

Pewhairangi, Gregory Manu

Plukaard, Aaron Joseph, Mr

Ramsay, Joshua Aaron

Rideout, Thomas Charles

Russell, Ronald Trevor

Saunders, Jason Craig

Smith, Elisha Jane

Smith, Melissa Sheree

Stacey, Pearl Armistice

Walter, Jason Estel

Warner, Jesse-Lee

Wilson, Tyler James

Wolf, Peter Gunter

Wrangles, Brandon Michael

Wright, Brody Miers


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