Warwick Magistrates Court.
Warwick Magistrates Court. Emma Channon

No bail for high risk teen

A TEENAGER from Boggabilla was told he was an "unacceptable risk" after appearing in court on 13 charges, and was refused bail this week.

Dallas Ashley Duncan, 17, was supported by his father when he fronted Warwick Magistrates Court in a maroon hoodie on Monday.

He faced 13 charges from a series of offences allegedly committed in Goondiwindi, dating back to September 2011.

They included two counts of failing to stop a motor vehicle, one of wilful damage, five counts of unlawful use of a vehicle and five break and enter charges.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Ken Wiggan told the court the application for bail was "most definitely" opposed.

"He has a serious list of offences," he said.

"One of the bikes stolen from Goondiwindi was chained to the door and floor. He had bolt cutters with him (to free it)."

Defence lawyer Dan Habermann said he was implicated in the offences with his co-offenders.

Duncan was remanded in custody and will appear in Goondiwindi Magistrates Court March 6.


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