Phillip Johnathan Harrison, of Noosa
Phillip Johnathan Harrison, of Noosa Facebook

'Billionaire tradie' may have mental health issues

A TEWANTIN billionaire tradie has had his court case adjourned until later this month.

Phillip Johnathon Harrison faces charges of possessing dangerous drugs, possessing tainted property, unlawful use of a motor vehicle and failing to appear at court.

The court was told there were mental health issues and his lawyer asked for an adjournment.

His case will be mentioned on June 22 at Brisbane Magistrates Court. Mr Harrison was remanded in custody. - ARM NEWSDESK



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