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Bandidos Colours Handed Over

At least a dozen Bandido jackets as well as all club insignia were handed over yesterday to the Bosscher Lawyers office in Brisbane. The handover comes in response to recent legislation passed by the Queensland Government in an effort to crackdown on motorcycle gangs. In response...

Couple and House Sitter Sentenced for Dealing Cannabis

Brendan Gilbee, his wife Cheryl Gilbee, and family friend and house sitter Ryan Richards were sentenced in the Maroochydore District Court last Thursday. Mr Gilbee was charged with trafficking and other offences, and was given a three year sentence and will be eligible for parole in...

Parole For Man Guilty Of Binding Girlfriend With Electrical Wire

Craig William Relf, who pleaded guilty to deprivation of liberty, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, bringing stolen goods into Queensland, and common assault has been granted parole. Mr Relf had stolen a Ford XR6 from a service station in NSW and proceeded to drive to...

Trial Date Set for Man Accused of Morcombe Murder

A Pre-trial hearing has been set down for the 5th of November with a trial date for the 10th of February for Brett Peter Cowan, who is represented by Barrister Angus Edwards and Michael Bosscher of Bosscher Lawyers. Mr Cowan and his criminal defence team has...

Man Sentenced After Using Mother To Smuggle Drugs

Jerry Jack Siaosi yesterday pleaded guilty to supplying drugs to a correctional centre. Mr Siaosi recruited his mother to bring into the centre 51 tablets of drugs, his mother was sentenced to a 12 month suspended sentence last year for bringing them to him. Mr Siaosi...

Passport Surrendered and Assets Frozen in Light of Charges

Gordonvale man, and manager of a Cairns food wholesale business, Anthony McEwan, has had his assets frozen and surrendered his passport after charges accusing him of approximately $1.5 million in fraudulent dealings were laid. Mr McEwan, who was on the verge of a family holiday when...