Everybody appearing at Chinchilla Magistrates Court, Thursday, February 18
Everybody appearing at Chinchilla Magistrates Court, Thursday, February 18

FULL LIST: Chinchilla Magistrates Court appearances today

Here is a list of everyone appearing in Magistrates Court today:

Today's court listings are published as part of News Corporation's commitment to public interest journalism and are compiled from information made publicly available by the courts in each State and territory.

The list is a public record of people appearing before the relevant court and there is no suggestion whatsoever of any wrongdoing by anyone named in these lists.

Nakita Moesha-Rose Williams

Christie Lee Jackson

Zack Michael Schnitzerling

Jason Havern

Matthew Scott Lawlor

Ross James Gardner

Jennifer Annette Phipps

Brayden Thomas Strudwick

Kerrie Lee-Ann Nash

Ethan Damien Pearson

Waynette Judith Armstrong

Kirra Maree Barry

Reece Edward Benson

Jaime Andrew Horswood

Rebecca Kathleen Mcguire

Damian Shane Pearson

Lindsay Allan Combarngo

Harley Mark Allan Sammon

Bailey John Keep

Nicholas Lee Hickey

Nicole Leanne Richmond

Brian Lennard Freeman

James Henry Bartlett

Tia Louise Hooper

Christopher Peter Frank Tierney

Jamie Rex Heufel

Daphne May Warburton

Andrew William Jenkin

Alyson Faye Nye

Billy James Bawden

Brogan John Mitchell

Mark Anthony Turner

Gaye Kathleen Smith

Andrew Scott Jenkyn

Keiron Ian Leslie Tydd

Micheal Raymond Moffat

Kurrin Edward Jackson

Michael Anthony Jackson

Garrie Edward George Potter

Originally published as Everybody appearing at Chinchilla Magistrates Court, Thursday, February 18


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