A WOMAN found not guilty by reason of mental illness of murdering her 16-month-old daughter at Scone more than 16 years ago will not be detained and instead will continue psychiatric treatment in the community. The mother, who cannot be identified, appeared in Newcastle Supreme Court on Tuesday after she was acquitted following a five-week judge-alone trial in August of murdering her young daughter.
While three sales staff members were busy, Joshua Johnson reached over the display counter into the cabinet and removed two trays containing 32 diamond rings. AN ACCUSED thief who allegedly stole more than $65,000 worth of diamond rings from Michael Hill at Charlestown traded the jewellery in for ice and $1500 in cash, Newcastle Local Court has heard.
“The accused… has displayed a blatant disregard for the safety of both the general public and police,” the document states. RODNEY Johnson, the man accused of using a stolen semi-trailer to cause a trail of destruction in Singleton’s main street on Wednesday morning, has been refused bail and sent for a psychiatric assessment. Mr Johnson, 29, who lists addresses at Quirindi and Penrith, did not appear in Singleton Local Court or apply for bail during a brief mention of his matter on Thursday.
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Selecting a term
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