Qld men admit vicious road-rage slamming

Two men have actually admitted their participation in a savage road-rage occurrence that left a Gold Coast tradie defending his life. Brock Prime, after that aged 29, suffered a severe head injury that left his mind exposed when he was assaulted by a team of men on the side of the M1 motorway near Yatala on February 24, 2018.

Jonathan Christopher Lawerence, 29, begged guilty to one count of severe bodily injury in the Brisbane District Court on Tuesday, while Jordan Jonathan Baklas, 30, pleaded guilty to one matter of assault occasioning bodily injury.


Costs against 31-year-old Ryan David Hallifax were gone down.

Cops claimed at the time approximately 13 individuals may have been in a white van involved in the case.

Police officers reported the van as well as Mr Prime’s black Subaru Forester resembled clashing on the M1 around Coomera stimulating a “cat as well as mouse video game” during which the automobiles eluded and also weaved through traffic in wet conditions before drawing over.

Mr Prime’s family members was told by doctors he had actually experienced a fracture to his skull in the assault, according to social networks messages at the time.

Greater than two weeks after the bashing his family stated he had actually woken from a medically caused coma, yet had a long road to healing in advance.

Lawerence and Baklas result from be punished in the exact same court on May 14.

© AAP 2021