NAMED: Here are the people facing Murgon Magistrates court today, July 28. Picture: File
NAMED: Here are the people facing Murgon Magistrates court today, July 28. Picture: File

BIG LIST: 43 people facing Murgon court

EVERY week a number of people appear in South Burnett Courts on a range of different charges.

Here is a list of everyone who is appearing in Murgon Magistrates Court today, Tuesday, July 28.

Albury, Jalam Wade

Anderson, Eric Allan

Anning, Alastair Wayne, Mr

Bell, Sylvia Samatha

Bone, Cloreen Edith

Boyle, Hakeem Rodney

Burnett, Beau Wade

Burnett, Jay Scott

Burnette, Lila Kay

Castle, Sandra May

Cook, Jason David, Mr

Currie, Ruth Jacquilin, Ms

Davidson, Clayton Daniel

Davidson, Daniel Joseph

Davidson, Starla Alexandra

Fisher, Duane Edwin, Mr

Fisher, Gordon Nathaniel, Mr

Fisher, Magenta Rae June

Gadd, Tyson Lance

Gayton, Alyson Imelda, Mrs

Gosney, Bradly, Mr

Green, Wayne Robert

Haigh, Sarah Emily Lorraine, Miss

Hegarty, Matthew Ralph, Mr

Houston, Luke

Jacobs, Irene Amanda Lee

James, Graham Tony, Mr

Langton, Jack Richard

McDonald, Mitchell Charles

Menagh, Brett Leslie

Murray, Tyrone

Newson, Michael Ian

O’Chin, Robert Ardin

Priestley, Kalatena Inez Joan Pegath

Purcell, Jarrad Lawrence

Rewald, Preston Colin Lance

Saltner, Harold Duane

Simpson, Tabitha Lavener Eliva, Miss

Smith, Shannon Benjamine, Mr

Sullivan, Cathryn Pearl

Van Beelen, John Leonard Charles

Walsh, William Raul

Warner, Liscene Bella, Miss


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