Big day at Gympie court today as 63 people face charges.
Big day at Gympie court today as 63 people face charges.

IN COURT: 63 people to face Gympie Magistrates Court today

EACH day a number of people appear in Gympie court, on a range of different charges.

The following people are appearing in Gympie Magistrates Court today, January 20, 2020:

Atkinson, Graham Edward

Austine, Sheena Lesley

Baker, Scott Anthony

Barker, John Harvey

Bayldon, Brett Ingliss

Bourke, Michael Graham

Byriel, Dylan Ross

Carkeet, Riley Colin

Chambers, Scott Andrew

Daniels, Daryl Robert

Davis, Trevor Mark

Dawe, Benjamin Tony

Delablanca, Pelayo

Diefenbach, Nathan John

Dwyer, Sheyane Jay-Lee Robyn

Field, Cassandra Chantelle

Fitzgerald, Darryl James

Fresen, Jack James Daniel

Gaterell, Paul George

Gay, Shelley Evelyn

Gerathy, Lars Quinton

Gorman, Harry

Gregory, James Robert Thomas

Hampton, Kenneth James

Hole, Benjamin John

Iddles, John Albert

Kenny, Heather Laura

Keong, Christopher John

Kerr, Paul William

Knowles, Jodie Sherie

Kroning, Joshua Michael

Lewis-Faint, Caitlyn Rose

Lindsay, Selwyn Orme

Livingston, Joel Maxwell

May, Levi Robert

Mcgrath, Harry James

Mclean, Craig Anthony

Morgan, Peter Bruce

Morton, Amber Rose

Nigro, Emily Rose

Noble, Issac Zean

Ogilvie, Timothy William

O’Toole, Steevie-Lee

Peck, Matthew Stephen

Pooley, Rema Henry John

Pozzi, Jason Lawrence

Richards, Konomie Rose

Roads, Sarah Jane

Rogers, Anthony William

Rolfe, Raffety Raymond

Rowlands, Kimba Warren

Schloss, Shane John

Shorthouse, Chase

Sing, Liam Brighton

St John, Lachlan Patrick

Towle, Bradley

Wade-Esquivel, Sherrif Quentin

Wight, Steven Anthony

Williams, David Daniel Robyn

Willmott, Kyron Jake

Wilson, Craig Anthony

Young, Stephen James

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