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Dhirren Randhawa, a teenage driver involved in the hit-and-run death of Charlie Stevens during Schoolies celebrations, has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of aggravated driving without due care and leaving the scene of a crash. More serious charges initially brought against Randhawa have been dropped.

The victim, Charlie Stevens, son of South Australian Police Commissioner Grant Stevens, suffered a fatal brain injury from the incident, leading to widespread grief and condolences for the Stevens family. In a gesture of remorse, Randhawa handed over a letter of apology to the family.

Following his guilty plea, Randhawa was granted bail and is scheduled to appear in the District Court in August. The legal proceedings are ongoing, with further steps to be taken in the coming months. The case continues to draw significant attention, reflecting the community’s deep concern and the gravity of the incident.


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Article Title: Dhirren Randhawa pleads guilty to lesser charges over Charlie Stevens hit-and-run crash
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