Father’s Day shooting: Murder accused to face Supreme Court
One of the men accused of killing a Deception Bay man in an alleged Father's Day shooting has been committed to face Brisbane Supreme Court.
Two days were carved out for a committal hearing in Caboolture Magistrates Court this week for Zachary John Hall, 30, who has now been committed to face Brisbane Supreme Court on one of count murder.
The circumstances surround the alleged murder of Clinton "Rocky" Pollock, 35, who was shot in the chest on Father's Day 2018 after getting into an argument with a group of men in the front yard of his Deception Bay home.
He was pronounced dead at the scene a short time later.
Hall, of Scarborough, who was remanded in custody, was charged on September 5, 2018.
Co-accused Justin Josh Meale, 28, is expected to face Caboolture Magistrates Court next month.
Originally published as Father's Day shooting: Murder accused to face Supreme Court