St George Illawarra playmaker Junior Amone has been discovered responsible of arming himself with a hammer and chasing a tradesman off a roof.
Junior Amone and his father Talatau Amone pleaded not responsible to a string of costs in Wollongong Local Court earlier this 12 months.
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The NRL participant’s authorized group had described it as a case of mistaken identification after he was accused of leaping onto a roof at a worksite and threatening a tradesman with a hammer, inflicting him to fall two storeys.
The court docket was advised that Jai King and Dean West had been engaged on a home once they grew to become embroiled in a verbal argument with a bunch of males over a Nissan Navara that was parked on a nature strip.
The court docket was advised that Talatau Amone elbowed the rear-vision mirror and reached into the automobile and snapped off the indicator.
Mr King jumped to a neighbouring roof to flee Junior Amone wielding the hammer, falling and hitting an airconditioning unit on the way in which down, struggling critical accidents.
Talatau Amone pleaded not responsible to damaging property, intimidation, coming into a constructing or land with the intention to commit an indictable offence and assault occasioning precise bodily hurt.
Junior Amone additionally pleaded not responsible to damaging property, intimidation and assault occasioning precise bodily hurt.
On Wednesday, in Wollongong Local Court, Justice of the Peace Gabriel Fleming discovered them responsible of all costs.
Ms Fleming took into consideration that earlier that day Junior Amone was seen on CCTV on the airport carrying garments just like the outline given by the sufferer and his fingerprints had been discovered on the automobile.
Junior and Talatau will probably be sentenced on December 6 and every face a most penalty of seven years’ jail.
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