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Man, 28, is charged with homicide as a body is found in a caravan on a distant outback property – as locals say ‘bother’ has been brewing
- A 28-year-old man was arrested after a body was found inside a caravan
- Police found a 66-year-old useless man on Saturday, whereas doing a welfare verify
- Residents in the South Australian city stated the useless man ‘Robbo’ stored to himself
- Locals additionally stated he was not standard in city and the homicide was linked to medication
A 28-year-old man has been arrested and charged with homicide after a body was found inside a caravan in a small coastal city.
Police found the grisly stays of a 66-year-old man in Port Neil, 300km west of Adelaide after officers did a welfare verify on Saturday.
Locals are reeling over the alleged homicide of ‘Robbo’, who stored to himself – with one suggesting there had been bother brewing in the neighbourhood not too long ago.
Locals have been reeling over the alleged homicide of ‘Robbo’ , with one claiming the incident was linked to medication
Police arrested the youthful man on Saturday, not lengthy after the body was found on the acreage.
They stated the 2 males knew one another and the alleged crime was not a random incident.
Major Crime Investigation Branch detectives inspected the scene on Sunday, together with forensic crime officers and a forensic pathologist.
The coroner is investigating. Police sealed off a massive space and made a sweep of close by shacks.
Inspector Brett Featherby advised the media police wouldn’t reveal the reason for demise or the kind of relationship the lads had as a consequence of ‘operational causes’.
The body was taken to the coroner as police sealed off a massive space on the South Australian property and made a sweep of close by shacks
One unnamed native was involved the city’s identify could be dragged by way of the mud, telling Adelaide Now he had heard of bother in the neighbourhood not too long ago.
It is known the useless man – who wasn’t standard in the realm – had returned from jail in the Northern Territory in current years.
Another native claimed he had been renting a dwelling in the centre of city however was not too long ago evicted as a result of he did not pay the hire.
Meanwhile, the arrested man was refused bail and can face Port Lincoln Magistrates Court on Monday.