Cherry-Evans’s little bro faces court for climbing buildings

THE daredevil younger brother of Mackay-raised NRL superstar Daly Cherry Evans has indicated he intends to plead guilty to climbing buildings in Brisbane's CBD and trespassing.

Darcy Troy Cherry-Evans, 20, who lives in Brisbane, has been charged with 10 offences including six counts of trespassing and four counts of unregulated high-risk activities.

Court documents have revealed he allegedly trespassed twice on a rail line in Brisbane, once in March and again in April.

He is also accused of climbing four different buildings in Brisbane, including Casino Towers on George St and other buildings in Charlotte, Turbot and Eagle streets and trespassing on these businesses.

His case was briefly mentioned at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday morning.

Mr Cherry-Evans's lawyer indicated he wanted to proceed with the case and plead guilty but the magistrate said she was not able to deal with the matter on that day.

The case was adjourned for two weeks and will be mentioned on August 31 at Brisbane. - ARM NEWSDESK


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