December 6th, 2008 at 12:19am
Residents of Canberra and Queanbeyan would probably remember the suspected murder of Danny Ralph, whose body was found in the Queanbeyan on the 30th of March. It’s been a painstaking process for the New South Wales Police, but it looks like they finally have done enough investigative work to feel confident enough to charge people in relation to the murder.
Three charged by strike force detectives over death of Queanbeyan man
Friday, 05 Dec 2008 10:17pm
Three people have been charged over the death of a 46-year-old man at Queanbeyan nine months ago.
The body of Danny Ralph was located by police divers in the Queanbeyan River on 30 March this year.
It will be alleged Mr Ralph was assaulted after leaving a local pub sometime between 3am on Friday 28 March and 5am Saturday 29 March.
His body was discovered in the river not far from a footbridge, off Isabella Street.
About 6.30am today (Friday 5 December), Strike Force Potch detectives simultaneously executed warrants at two houses in Henderson Road and Morton Street, Queanbeyan.
A man and two women, all members of the one family, were arrested and taken to Queanbeyan Police Station for questioning.
The 25-year-old man was charged with murder, while the two women, aged 20 and 50, were charged with being accessories after the fact to murder.
The trio has been refused bail to appear in Queanbeyan Local Court tomorrow.
And now we leave it to the court system.
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