Alleged Yuleba armed robbers charged with further offences

The two men who allegedly robbed the Yuleba Service Station with a knife and ran off with money and cigarettes have been mentioned in court charged with further unrelated offences.

Police allege Thomas Jeffery Patch, 21, and Dakoda Shannon Manns, 31, went to the service station just after 3.30pm on February 25 and were later arrested that night.

They have been charged with deprivation of liberty and armed robbery and fronted the Roma Magistrates Court on February 26 and were released on bail.

Both men were mentioned in the Roma Magistrates Court on Tuesday, March 16 charged with further offences.

Patch has been charged with driving a motor vehicle without a licence disqualified by court order, committing public nuisance within a licensed premises, fail to leave licenced premises and obstructing police in a licenced premises.

Manns has been charged with three offences including committing public nuisance in a licensed premises, failing to leave licensed premises and obstructing police.

Both alleged offenders did not appear in court and had their matters adjourned to 9am on April 20.

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