Three allegedly linked to violent assault front Gympie court
TWO Gympie people and a Kingston man were yesterday remanded in Gympie Magistrates Court on charges linked to an alleged violent incident in Oak St, Gympie, late November.
Kingston man Christopher Robert Larpent, 26 was remanded to appear again in the court on February 4 to face two charges alleging unlawful wounding of separate male victims, with intent to maim on November 29.
He was jointly charged on both counts with Anne Katerina Heijermans, 49, who also faced a charge of assault with bodily harm while in company on the same night and possessing marijuana the following day.
She was remanded to appear again on February 11, along with Johnathan Michael Heijermans, 29, who is charged with assault causing bodily harm while armed and in company.
In another matter before the court yesterday, Eric Robert Krane, of Kandanga, was fined a total of $2140 and disqualified from driving for 10 months, for carelessly driving an unregistered car and refusing to supply a specimen of breath for analysis.
Krane pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention on December 19 in an unregistered and uninsured car and with failing to supply specimens for analysis at the roadside in Mary Valley Rd and at Gympie police station.
Also before the court, Kirren Charles Nitz, 32, of Tamaree, was sentenced to one month in jail, suspended for 12 months, for breaching a court order on January 9.