Judge blasts ‘stupid, stupid’ drug users

Magistrate Jennifer Giles told Todd Ralph Crichlow he was propitious to be alive — a possibility immature people whose comfortless cases being listened during a song festival deaths inquests didn’t get.

“Young people dabbling in drugs…they don’t seem to be frightened of jail and don’t seem to be frightened of death,” a irritated decider told a Waverley Local Court on Wednesday.

Mr Crichlow’s counsel pronounced his customer was deeply ashamed of his actions and had been given a sauce down by his mother, who sat subsequent to a 27-year-old lorry motorist in court.

“A turn of a kitchen penetrate we hope” Magistrate Giles said, before adding a silent “by a beauty of god” wasn’t being paraded before a cameras outward a Lidcombe inquisition like all a other “MDMA widows”.

Todd Ralph Crichlow transient a drugs conviction

Todd Ralph Crichlow transient a drugs convictionSource:Facebook

An inquisition during a NSW Coroners Court is looking into a spate of deaths during song festivals in NSW between 2017 and 2019 and has listened harrowing justification of a final moments of Nathan Tran, Diana Nguyen, Joseph Pham, Callum Brosnan, Joshua Tam, and Alexandra Ross-King, all aged between 18 and 23, who died after attending song festivals including Defqon. 1, Lost Paradise and Knockout Circuz.

Magistrate Giles was during a detriment as to contend because “stupid, stupid” people did it, and told Mr Crichlow a drugs were churned in toilets.

“Don’t put it in your mouth….you’re beating their toilet bowls,” she said.

She told him a repairs was not always immediately felt and could means problems for him in after life, with viscera like a heart and liver being busted by a chemicals being pumped into a physique when drugs like MDMA where consumed.

“You consternation because people have liver problems during 50 (which is just) when we competence wish to be enjoying your kids.”

As good as health problems, drug use invited obsession and difficulty with a law, she added.

The court handed him a redeeming recover order, effectively definition he transient a self-assurance if he didn’t provoke over a subsequent 18 months.

Joshua Tam, Hoang Nathan Tran, Diana Nguyen all died during Sydney song festivals and their deaths are being examined during an inquest.

Joshua Tam, Hoang Nathan Tran, Diana Nguyen all died during Sydney song festivals and their deaths are being examined during an inquest.Source:AAP

Callum Brosnan and Alex Ross-King’s cases are also being listened by a Coroner.

Callum Brosnan and Alex Ross-King’s cases are also being listened by a Coroner.Source:AAP

But she warned him: “It usually happens once”.

According to a military facts, Mr Crichlow was during an Australian Turf Club assembly during Randwick Racecouse on Apr 13 when he was held with 1.41 grams of MDMA. A military officer celebrated him station nearby some toilets with a crony with his coupler drapped over his arm.

The officer walked over to them and spoke to a span and checked their ages. It was afterwards he saw Mr Crichlow was carrying a bottle of Mishka Vodka and asked him “do we have anything else on we that we shouldn’t have”.

Mr Crichlow replied: “Yeah we have 10 pills on me, they’re in my fit jacket.”

He was cautioned and searched and 10 yellow and immature capsules were afterwards found in dual transparent bags inside his right middle coupler pocket.

Heidi Brosnan (right), mom of Callum Brosnan who died during Knockout Games of Destiny song festival in Dec 2018, embraces a crony of her son on attainment during a Coroner's Court of New South Wales in Lidcombe, Sydney. Picture: AAP

Heidi Brosnan (right), mom of Callum Brosnan who died during Knockout Games of Destiny song festival in Dec 2018, embraces a crony of her son on attainment during a Coroner’s Court of New South Wales in Lidcombe, Sydney. Picture: AAPSource:AAP

As good as being charged with possession of a taboo drug he was criminialized by a Australian Turf Club for 5 years.

At Maroubra Police Station Mr Crichlow denied a drugs were for anyone else. While he was being questioned his mobile phone rang and perceived messages constantly, including one that said: “I listened we got arrested with my terries”.

Mr Crichlow insisted a drugs were for his possess use and a male who messaged was his cousin who wasn’t during a races.

andrew.koubaridis@news.com.au