Hey there! Thanks for dropping by Theme Preview! Take a look around
and grab the RSS feed to stay updated. See you around!

Prison guard Sharon Yarnton given strict bail

Court action: Sharon and Dean Yarnton pictured together in an undated photo. Picture: Supplied
Nanjing Night Net

Former prison guard Sharon Yarnton, 49, has been given bail more than 18 months after she was accusedof attempting to murder her husband Dean.

The Crown has alleged thatthe Menai womanwas driving herhusbandDeanYarntonhomefromtheMerrylands Bowling Clubin the early hours of February 1, 2015,when he fell asleep.

Some time later he woke up aloneinsidethe passenger seat of his NissanNavarain the Georges River National Park at Picnic Point and found a gas bottle placed inside the car and fuel poured aroundthe outside.

She is accused, along with two others, of placing the bottle there as part of amurder plot.

During an appearance in the NSW Supreme Court on Friday she was granted strict conditional bail.

Acting Justice PeterHidden ordered as part of her bail conditions that she must stay at an address approved by the court and cannot leave at all unless she is accompanied by her mother and father.

She will also have a strict curfew and must report to Kogarah police station daily.

She is not able to apply for a passport and is not to approach or contact the complaint.

Mrs Yarnton had previouslybeen held inSilverwater women’s jailin segregation due to her former occupation as a senior corrective services officer.

Her trial is expected to begin in April.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

 

Both comments and pings are currently closed.

Comments are closed.