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Perth brothers bailed over vicious McDonald’s brawl

Two brothers charged with a deadly brawl which broke out an hour before a teenager was struck and killed by a car have been granted bail.

Fahed Hishmeh, 35, and his 29-year-old brother Kayed were arrested on serious charges relating to a number of violent incidents stretching across the Perth suburb of Canning Vale on December 7.

Both were granted $15,000 bail with the conditions of curfew and are banned from leaving Western Australia, PerthNow reports.

Fahed Hishmeh, 35, and his 29-year-old brother Kayed were arrested on serious charges relating to a number of violent incidents stretching across the Perth suburb of Canning Vale (pictured)

Both were granted $15,000 bail with the conditions of curfew and are banned from leaving Western Australia

Both were granted $15,000 bail with the conditions of curfew and are banned from leaving Western Australia

The men were allegedly involved in fights outside a McDonald’s restaurant at Livingstone Marketplace, where two youths were stabbed. 

Following the brawl Fahed was charged with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, while Kayed faces a charge of intent to do grievous bodily harm to unlawfully wound another.

An hour after the fight escalated outside of the fast food store, 17-year-old Jacob Cummins was hit and killed by a car while waiting at a bus stop.

The two violent incidents are believed to be linked. 

Aya Hishmeh, 20, was charged with murder after she was alleged to have deliberately run down Mr Cummins and four other youths with her car. 

An hour after the fight escalated outside of the fast food store, 17-year-old Jacob Cummins (pictured left and right) was hit and killed by a car while waiting at a bus stop

An hour after the fight escalated outside of the fast food store, 17-year-old Jacob Cummins (pictured left and right) was hit and killed by a car while waiting at a bus stop

An hour after the fight escalated outside of the fast food store, 17-year-old Jacob Cummins (pictured left and right) was hit and killed by a car while waiting at a bus stop

Aya Hishmeh, 20, (pictured) was charged with murder after she was alleged to have deliberately run down Mr Cummins and four other youths with her car

Aya Hishmeh, 20, (pictured) was charged with murder after she was alleged to have deliberately run down Mr Cummins and four other youths with her car

Ms Hishmeh (pictured) faced court last month charged with his murder and four separate counts of attempting to kill

Ms Hishmeh (pictured) faced court last month charged with his murder and four separate counts of attempting to kill

Mr Cummins smashed through the windscreen of the red Nissan Skyline after being struck, and was raced to Fiona Stanley Hospital in a critical condition, where he later died of his injuries. 

Ms Hishmeh faced court last month charged with his murder and four separate counts of attempting to kill.

She sobbed as the Magistrate read out her charges and asked her if she understood, according to the ABC.

Her family was present in court, and her father yelled ‘we love you bubba, we all love you’ as she was taken away.

She has been remanded in custody, and is scheduled to appear in court in January.

Mr Cummins smashed through the windscreen of the red Nissan Skyline after being struck, and was raced to Fiona Stanley Hospital in a critical condition, where he later died of his injuries

Mr Cummins smashed through the windscreen of the red Nissan Skyline after being struck, and was raced to Fiona Stanley Hospital in a critical condition, where he later died of his injuries

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