Two Of Qld Road Rage Accused Released On Bail
Two of the men charged over the brutal road rage incident that left a Gold Coast man fighting for his life in a coma have been released on bail.
Jordan Baklas and Ryan Hallifax are both set to be released from Beenleigh Police Station on Monday afternoon as Prime remains in hospital in a stable condition with a suspected fractured scull.
Two of three co-accused for alleged brutal assault of Brock Prime on the M1 last month released on bail. Mr Prime remains in a coma at Gold Coast University Hospital. Jordan Baklas and Ryan Hallifax given a next court date in May @abcbrisbane— Timothy Swanston (@Tim_Swanston) March 5, 2018
The prosecution opposed bail, but Beenleigh Magistrate Brian Kucks allowed it on strict conditions after both men's lawyers argued they had played relatively minor roles in the incident on the M1 on February 24.
Prosecution now clarifies road rage victim Brock Prime is “stable” at Gold Coast University Hospital.— Simon Love (@SimoLove) March 5, 2018