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UPDATE: Teen in Dodrill bashing case will appear next month

Jim Dodrill shared these images of himself after the attack in bush land at Collingwood Park on Sunday afternoon where his elderly father was also attacked.
Jim Dodrill shared these images of himself after the attack in bush land at Collingwood Park on Sunday afternoon where his elderly father was also attacked.

UPDATE NOV 15:

THE sole person charged with the bashing of anti-corruption campaigner Jim Dodrill  and his elderly father is due back in court next month.   

Nathan Peter Reditt is facing one count of assault occasioning bodily harm in relation to the incident in bushland at Collingwood Park on June 25.  

Reditt was not present in the court room today when his matter was heard.     

His matter has been adjourned to December 13, at 2pm. 

 

UPDATE: 

THE teen accused of bashing Jim Dodrill had his matter adjourned to November. 

Reditt did not appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court today but his matter, relating to an alleged assault at Collingwood Park, is due back in court on November 15, at 2pm. 

 

EARLIER: 

THE teen charged with the bashing of anti-corruption campaigner Jim Dodrill and his elderly father will appear in court today.  

Nathan Peter Reditt has been charged with assault occasioning bodily harm.  

The 17-year-old was charged following the alleged attack at Collingwood Park on June 25.  

He is the only person charged in relation to the incident.  

Jim Dodrill received head injuries and significant damage to his hand which has since required surgery.  

He has been declared totally and permanently disabled due to the injury.  

Jim Dodrill's elderly father Mitch Dodrill, 73, was stabbed in the arm.  

The pair reported being attacked by a group of up to 20 people.  

Topics:  court dodrill ipswich crime


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