Mossman hit and run case adjourned
THE case involving a man who allegedly left a Cairns man for dead on the side of a Mossman road has been adjourned until later this month.
Troy Salam, 46, is charged with driving without due care and attention, callous disregard and driving under the influence of liquor or drugs.
It is alleged he was behind the wheel when he hit Scott “Moses” Bradley on September 3 last year, who may have been lying on the road after walking home from a Mossman pub where he had been celebrating his birthday.
Mr Salam was charged by police in August after an almost year-long investigation and initially appeared in court last month.
The case returned to the Gladstone Magistrates Court yesterday where it was adjourned until October 23.