After “a very long, painstaking” investigation, 4 males – aged 20, 22, 23 and 25 – had been arrested in Macquarie Fields, Orange, Gregory Hills and Bonnyrigg within the early hours of Thursday.
The 22-year-old man from Orange was taken Orange police station the place he was charged with homicide. He was refused bail and appeared in Orange Local Court on Thursday, the place he was formally refused bail to reappear in the identical court docket on Friday.
The 20-year-old man, arrested at a house in Macquarie Fields, and the 23-year-old man, arrested at a house in Gregory Hills, had been taken to Campbelltown police Station the place they had been every charged with homicide. Both males had been refused bail to seem in Campbelltown native court docket on Friday.
The 25-year-old arrested at a house in Bonnyrigg and brought to Liverpool police station was additionally charged with homicide. He was refused bail to seem in Liverpool Local Court on Friday.
The arrests had been the “culmination of a lot of incredibly meticulous investigative work” with lots of people who “don’t want to talk to police”, Doherty stated. He thanked those that did come ahead with essential data.
“People did come forward. They were courageous enough and brave enough to come forward and give evidence. We can’t do our job without them.”
Doherty stated he believes there’s extra to uncover about what occurred that night time: “I think there are other people that may have some involvement or some information, so to those people we would encourage them to step forward.”
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