Two Bathurst men placed on good behaviour bonds

Two Bathurst men placed on good behaviour bonds

Two Bathurst men appeared in court last week after being accused of damaging nine cars in the CBD on May 11.

21-year-old Koen Williams and 19-year-old Jarred Kirkhman left the Panthers club around 9:30pm where they proceeded to destroy vehicles along William and Keppel Street.

Police allege Williams and Kirkhman were intoxicated, after witnesses heard bottles smashing among further loud noises.

The pair is to be placed on a two-year good behaviour bond provided they repay the owners of the vandalised vehicles.

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