A man charged after a car hit two pub patrons in Collie Thursday night has indicated that he will plead guilty to a brief court appearance today.
Benjamin Lawrence Byrne-Quinn, 33, appeared before Bunbury Magistrate’s Court this morning, but the matter was adjourned until Monday.
Mr Byrne-Quinn was arrested Thursday evening after police were called to the Crown Hotel on Throssell Street around 11:00 p.m. after reports of two customers being stopped by a Toyota Hilux, which then bumped into the company’s wall .
A 23-year-old woman suffered serious injuries and was flown to Royal Perth Hospital.
An 18-year-old woman was seriously injured and taken to Collie Hospital by ambulance. She has since been released.
Mr. Byrne-Quinn has been charged with two unlawful acts or omissions with intent to cause harm, a charge of failing to stop and providing assistance after an incident, and a charge of failing to report an incident involving property damage.
In the public prosecutor’s office Sen. Const. Karl Rep requested an adjournment because, depending on the condition of one of the victims, who is in critical condition at RPH, there is a possibility of an increase in fees.
Magistrate Richard Huston found Mr. Byrne-Quinn guilty of the guilty guilty guilty actions, which entitles him to the maximum discount on conviction.
Mr Byrne-Quinn will appear in court again on Monday via video link.
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