Teen banned from Warwick

AFTER being denied bail and held in a cell for the past month, Warwick teenager Beau James Fogarty was yesterday a free man – but he won't be going home just yet.

Fogarty was granted bail in the Warwick Magistrates Court yesterday and was placed on strict conditions, requiring him to reside at Allora with relatives and prohibiting him from entering Warwick, except to attend court.

Fogarty and his co-accused, Levi Clarke-Davis, are facing one charge each of assault occasioning bodily harm, resulting from an incident on June 3.

Police will allege another teen was repeatedly punched in the head.

Defence counsel for Fogarty said the 17-year-old had secured full-time employment in Allora and would work alongside family members.

Despite the application the police prosecutor said there were still concerns that should bail be granted, Fogarty would be able to interfere with victims or witnesses.

Fogarty was yesterday also prohibited from associating with a number of local teens.

He is due to re-appear in the Warwick Magistrates Court court on August 23.



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