Inverell twins face raft of drug-related charges in Queensland court

Raft of charges: Twin brothers Liam and Rhys Hoynes, aged 24, appeared before Gympie Magistrate Court yesterday. Photo: NSW Police.
Raft of charges: Twin brothers Liam and Rhys Hoynes, aged 24, appeared before Gympie Magistrate Court yesterday. Photo: NSW Police.

Twin brothers Rhys and Liam Hoynes, of Inverell, appeared before Gympie Magistrates Court yesterday facing a raft of drug-related charges.

Both men, aged 24, had their case adjourned after the court heard their charges would be split into two matters.

Appearing in mid-December, Liam is charged with contravene order about information necessary to access information stored electronically, possess anything for use in the commission of a crime, publish or possess instructions for producing dangerous drugs, unlawfully possess relevant substance of things and producing dangerous drugs.

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Rhys will appear on the same day faced with charges of possess anything for use in the commission of a crime, publish or possess instructions for producing dangerous drugs, unlawfully possess relevant substance of things and producing dangerous drugs.

Meanwhile, both men will appear before Gympie Magistrates Court in early August for other charges.

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Liam will face charges of stealing, enter premise and commit indictable offence and unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Rhys’ charges for early August include possess anything for use in the commission of a crime, publish or possess instructions for producing dangerous drugs, unlawfully possess relevant substance of things and producing dangerous drugs.

The pair are yet to enter any pleas and made no application for bail on Monday.

Queensland police alleged to have located Liam and Rhys after executing a search warrant at a Gympie address on June 28.

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