The housemates of a mother of six are accused of luring her to her death at a dog park in Byford, Perth.
Two weeks after Nardia Louise Spice went missing, her body was found in a shallow bush grave.
A planned attack at a dog park in Perth, Australia, allegedly led to the death of a mother of six.
Nardia Louise Spice, who was 40 years old, had been missing for two weeks before her body was found last Friday. It was buried in bushland 45 km southeast of Perth, near a small town called Jarrahdale.
Since then, her three roommates have been accused of killing the woman at a dog park in Byford, and a fourth person is accused of helping them hide the body.
Spice was last seen on September 23. That’s the day police say she was lured to the dog park, killed, and buried in a bushland area 25 km away in Jarrahdale.
Two weeks later, on October 3, a housemate reported her missing, and on October 7, her body was found.
The acting Detective Senior Sergeant Sam Hazlitt said, “It will be said that she has serious injuries because of a blow to the head.”
Hazlitt said, “It will be said that she has serious injuries because of a blow to the head.”
“The body has been buried, and people have tried to hide it.”
On Monday, detectives went through Spice’s Brookdale share house looking for clues about who killed him.
He said, “It was a very complicated and changing investigation.”
“I had a team of dedicated detectives who worked around the clock to bring this person to justice.”
“We’re sure that we’ve done everything we could to gather evidence in this case and bring these people to justice.”
Hazlitt said that the supposed murder was planned.
Since then, police have charged two men, ages 32 and 24, and a woman, age 30.
The 24-year-old man was charged with being a party to the woman’s alleged murder after the fact.
On Monday, both that man and the 32-year-old are going to be in court in Perth.
The 24-year-old man is going to stand trial for murder on October 25 in Armadale Magistrate’s Court.
The woman will go to court on October 26 in Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court.
Cassidy Mosconi talked to one of Nardia’s daughters, who said that when the family heard the news, they were upset and shocked.
A lot of her family didn’t know about her death until Monday, when it made the news.
Courteney Muir, who used to live with the family, said that they were “not doing very well.”
“It’s sad that a mom died,” she said.
“I went to see her daughter to show her support, but it’s a very sad thing,” I said.
She was a very kind and nice person who really helped other people.