Australia Man charged with murder following Raymond Terrace house fire, car crash

12:56  09 july  2018
12:56  09 july  2018 Source:

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  Hobart man charged with offering Aboriginal artefacts for sale online A Hobart man who allegedly offered Aboriginal relics for sale on online trading site Gumtree appears in the Hobart Magistrates Court.Jake Raymond Cleaver is yet to enter pleas for failing to comply with Tasmania's Aboriginal Relics Act 1975.

© Provided by ABC News The razed house in Raymond Terrace where a body was found Detectives are investigating a possible link between a car crash on the Pacific Highway and the discovery of a body following a Man charged with murder after woman dies in Cranbourne North house fire .

A 38-year-old man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a woman's body in a Cranbourne North house after a fire . The 36-year-old woman's body was found at the Maria Court property around 10.45am on Saturday.

Police have charged a man with murder after the body of an elderly woman was found in a burnt-out home in the New South Wales Hunter region.

Emergency services were called to a home in Raymond Terrace about 12:30am on Saturday after reports of an explosion and fire.

Once the fire was extinguished, firefighters discovered the body of a 76-year-old woman who owned the house inside.

The 69-year-old man — who the ABC believes was her carer — was charged with domestic violence-related murder and destroying property with intent to endanger life.

Police investigating the incident were on Saturday examining a possible link between the house fire and a car crash on the Pacific Highway.

They said that about an hour after the fire, the man was involved in a head-on crash with a truck while travelling the wrong way up the Pacific Highway near Bulahdelah, 60 kilometres north of Newcastle, and sustained non life-threatening injuries.

He was refused bail to appear at Newcastle Local Court on September 6.

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Kristen Moriarty breaks down in court and says, "I want to come home", after being formally charged with two counts of attempted murder. Ms Moriarty was allegedly accompanied by 32-year-old Scott Keighran, who police said had links to the Rebels bikie gang and had only been out of jail for less than two months. It is alleged the pair forced their way into the property, where a fight broke out with the three people who were inside the home at the time.

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