Man Jailed For Unprovoked Attack Over Note On Door

A NEIGHBOUR just wanting peace and quiet was assaulted for his troubles.

And one of the men involved was jailed for his unprovoked attack.

The 46-year-old mine worker had left a note on a neighbour’s door explaining that his partner was ill and that he was on nightshift. Continue reading Man Jailed For Unprovoked Attack Over Note On Door

Arrest Warrant For Witnesses In Suspected Murder Trial

A WARRANT has been issued for the arrest of two witnesses scheduled to give evidence in the committal hearing over the suspected murder of Timothy Pullen.

The women have failed to show up for the matter, which is now in its third day.

Magistrate Damien Dwyer yesterday ordered the two women be arrested.

Another witness Kimberley Fouro had to be brought to the Mackay court house by police as she was listed to give evidence. Continue reading Arrest Warrant For Witnesses In Suspected Murder Trial

Judge Gives Young Father A Second Chance

A young father was lucky to avoid time in jail after pleading guilty to trafficking methyl amphetamines in Mackay last week.

Justice David North agreed Robert Joseph Crutcher’s circumstances were “exceptional” and granted him a wholly suspended sentence. Continue reading Judge Gives Young Father A Second Chance

Ex-Lover Rammed at High Speed

21st July 2012 2:00 AM | Peter Holt

DARREN Muscat fell in love at the age of 21 and was jilted by a cougar twice his age.DARREN Muscat fell in love at the age of 21 and was jilted by a cougar twice his age.

His 44-year-old lover left him for an older man and Muscat got angry and sent her 49 text messages in one afternoon.

He stalked her and her new partner, waited on the Peak Downs Hwy for them to drive past, and then he rammed them several times at high speed, trying to force them over the Eton Range. Continue reading Ex-Lover Rammed at High Speed