Tattooed tradition remains behind bars after his mother refuses to pay $ 30k for his release because he is accused of cruel attacks on a teenager over & # 39; stolen & # 39; meat pie with a 7-Eleven
- Caleb Thompson is accused of arresting a teenager on his head and dropping it
- Alleged victim suffered possible brain damage, bleeding and broken bones
- The accused allegedly sent a message to his friends the day after the attack
- The mother of the alleged perpetrator offered a bail of 1000 dollars and refused to pay more
- Magistrate suggested taking capital from her $ 2 million home, but she refused
A man who allegedly left a teenager with possible brain damage during a fight over stolen meat pies will not be released on bail because his mother refused to pay $ 30,000.
Caleb Thompson appeared in Manly Local Court on Wednesday for a bail.
The 20-year-old carpenter's apprentice is accused of shooting an 18-year-old on his head and dropping it in suburb Newport in Sydney in an alcohol-induced rage on June 30.
During his lawsuit, Thompson's lawyer asked for bail because she claimed that her client & # 39; fragile & # 39; was and suffered from depression.
Caleb Thompson (pictured with his mother) is accused of brain damage to a teenager about stolen meat patties not released on bail for refusing to pay mommy $ 30,000
Magistrate Mark Richardson, however, needed at least $ 30,000 bail, which Thompson's mother refused, The Daily Telegraph reported.
His mother offered a deposit of up to $ 1,000.
The magistrate said it was a & # 39; very serious case & # 39; was and suggested that the family should finance the $ 2 million deposit for their property.
There was a brief conversation with Thompson's mother and his lawyer before the application was withdrawn.
Mr. Thompson is accused of serious physical damage to the incident.
He reportedly drank heavily before going to a 7-Eleven in Newport where he reportedly stole meat pie.
The victim suffered a suspected hemorrhagic bleeding, possible brain damage and a broken skull, collarbone and nose at the hands of Mr. Thompson (photo), who at that time was allegedly drunk
Caleb Thomspson (photo) allegedly accused his friends the day after the attack and said: "I fired someone … you'd like it … I thought he died" # 39;
Images from CCTV show that Thompson leaves the shop with the pies before he is confronted with the victim.
The alleged victim was then lifted off the ground and dropped on his head.
He suffered from a suspected brain haemorrhage, possible brain damage and a broken skull, collarbone and nose.
The accused allegedly ran away when the victim lay unconscious.
Mr. Thompson reportedly sent a message to his friends the day after the attack and said, "I disappointed someone … you'd like it … I thought he died."
Prosecutor Adrian Walsh said: & There are images of CCTV, bank details that the accused places on the spot and … there are text messages from Facebook Messenger from the accused to his friends after the event. & # 39;
The 20-year-old lawyer said he could not remember the night while he was drinking.
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