Canning Vale violence: accused man gets bail hearing

Livingston McDonald's.
Livingston McDonald's.

A MAN allegedly involved in a brawl outside Livingston McDonald’s in Canning Vale will have a chance to apply for bail next week.

Canning Vale man Fahed Hishmeh (35) has been charged with unlawfully wounding another while intending to cause grievous bodily harm in relation to the December 7 incident.

Mr Hishmeh was not required to enter a plea when he faced Armadale Magistrates Court today via video link from Hakea Prison.

The judge accepted his lawyer’s request for a bail application, which will be heard next Tuesday.

Another Canning Vale man charged in relation to the brawl, Kayed Hishmah (29), made a first appearance in court on January 10. He was not required to plea to a charge of unlawfully wounding another while intending to cause grievous bodily harm and will next face Armadale Magistrates Court on February 9.

Four teenage boys have also been charged in relation to the December 7 incident.

Later that day, Baldivis teenager Jacob Cummins died after being struck by a car on Eucalyptus Boulevard, Canning Vale.

Aya Hishmeh (20) was charged with Mr Cummins’ murder, and four counts of attempted murder, the following day.

She is yet to enter a plea and will next appear in court on January 31.

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