The person who pulled the set off and fatally shot a mom of two in a theft gone incorrect on a rural property in Brisbane’s south has been discovered responsible of manslaughter.
After a six-day Brisbane Supreme Court docket trial, 43-year-old Stafford Anthony Emmerson was convicted.
The sufferer, 40-year-old Megan Kirley, died at a semi-rural property on Wembley Street in Karawatha, on Brisbane’s southern outskirts, about 3am on February 9, 2019.
5 folks had been concerned.
Cameron Lindsay Witoko, 31, Kobi Daniel Oram, 25, and Emma Louise Hinds, 45, every obtained nine-year sentences for manslaughter.
Geoffrey Dale Granz Glenn, 35, was attributable to stand trial with Emmerson, however he pleaded responsible to manslaughter final month and can be sentenced on August 18.
Within the Emmerson trial, crown prosecutor Dejana Kovac advised the courtroom Kirley lived along with her companion, Pieter Pickering, in a transport container on the Karawatha property.
On the time, solely one of many two steel doorways on the container might open. There was no different entry. The encircling property was coated in thick bushland.
Kovac stated earlier that evening, the group of 5 had damaged into two different areas and stolen cash to purchase medicine. Police alleged the group meant to steal money from the transport container.