No bail for man who menaced robbery victim

Shae McDonald

A young man accused of threatening to slit the throat of another man during a robbery at a Brisbane school has been remanded in custody.

Luke Hanson was arrested in relation to an incident that allegedly occurred after hours at Craigslea State High School at Chermside in December.

Hanson appeared in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on Saturday charged with robbery, assault occasioning bodily harm and trespass.

Police prosecutor Mark Gorton said a group of four men allegedly took the man to the back of the school, where they proceeded to punch and kick him.

Mr Gorton said Hanson then allegedly held a knife to the man's neck while telling him he would slit his throat if he contacted police.

A good Samaritan took the alleged victim to hospital for treatment.

He took three days to lodge a complaint with police.

Defence lawyer Kylie Bell said Hanson intended to fight the allegations against him.

Ms Bell said her client was willing to report to police every day and stay away from the victim, but it was not enough to sway magistrate Suzette Coates to release him on bail.

Hanson was remanded in custody to reappear in court on February 13.

Police have issued arrest warrants for the three other alleged offenders.