Younger lady is refused bail after allegedly forcing open a glass door and fleeing resort quarantine in Queensland sparking a 4 day manhunt
- Jessica Lee Heath utilized for bail in Southport Magistrates Court docket on Tuesday
- Heath was positioned in quarantine after allegedly making an attempt to enter Queensland
- She allegedly escaped her room and sparked a 4 day police hunt
A girl accused of forcing a door to interrupt out of resort quarantine in Queensland and occurring the run for days has been refused bail.
Jessica Lee Heath, 24, utilized for bail in Southport Magistrates Court docket by videolink on Tuesday.
Heath was positioned in quarantine after allegedly making an attempt to enter Queensland on July 31 after travelling from a Covid-19 hotspot in NSW.
She allegedly broke out of the Gold Coast resort quarantine room and travelled to Caboolture, north of Brisbane.
Heath was discovered 4 days later in Caboolture and charged with failing to adjust to well being orders, wilful injury and stealing and separate bail breach offences.
She has since been in custody on remand.
Heath was positioned in quarantine after allegedly making an attempt to enter Queensland on July 31 after travelling from a Covid-19 hotspot in NSW
Police lodged on Tuesday a proper objection to bail, primarily based on Heath’s historical past.
Authorized help lawyer James Grehan’s argument Heath had been in isolation and spent eight days within the Brisbane Metropolis Watchhouse was rejected by the Justice of the Peace.
‘She might have spent it on the Sofitel the place it might have been rather more comfy that the Brisbane Metropolis Watchhouse,’ Justice of the Peace Kay Philipson mentioned.
‘The applicant kicked her method out of the very comfy resort – she smashed the door in and escaped.
‘She doesn’t appear to wish to adjust to any circumstances if I grant her bail.
‘I feel there may be an unreasonable danger.’
Justice of the Peace Philipson mentioned Heath’s document was regarding.
‘How can I be happy that she goes to show up? She doesn’t appear to wish to flip up for something,’ she informed the courtroom.
‘I settle for she has been in custody for some time frame, however she is just not doing herself any favours.
‘I’m not assured she goes to show up, it doesn’t matter what circumstances I put in place. Bail is refused.’
Heath’s issues have been adjourned to Southport Magistrates Court docket on September 30.