Brisbane Times Jorge Branco March 27, 2015
The driver of a car believed to have hit and killed 20-year-old Brisbane woman Ashleigh Humphrys has been found dead.
Police seized the dark sedan on Monday afternoon and questioned the driver but released him without charge.
On Friday morning police confirmed the 57-year-old man had died on Thursday in non-suspicious circumstances.
News.com.au Kate McKenna and Rose Brennan March 26, 2015
POLICE believe they have the car that hit and killed 20-year-old Ashleigh Humphrys but are waiting on tests before considering charges.
Investigations are ongoing into whether the driver knew he had struck the Seventeen Mile Rocks woman and police have said charges may not necessarily be laid.
Police say the man was driving through a series of roundabouts on his way to work when Ms Humphrys was hit.
Brisbane Times AAP March 25, 2015
A woman accused of trying to kill her step-grandsons in a house fire has been released from custody almost three months after being granted bail.
The 58-year-old woman, who cannot be named, was given bail in early January after an appearance in Maroochydore Magistrates Court.
She is facing two counts of attempted murder and one of attempted arson over allegations she held the door closed after setting fire to the bedroom of two brothers, aged nine and 11, at Morayfield in early 2014.
ABC News 23 March 2015
A woman killed in a hit-and-run in inner Brisbane over the weekend may have been lying on the road, or on her hands and knees when she was struck, police say. Police said she was hit while walking near the Western Freeway roundabout opposite Toowong Cemetery about 3:50am on Sunday.
Read more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-23/brisbane-woman-killed-in-hit-and-run-at-toowong/6339710
Car seized over fatal hit-and-run in Brisbane
ABC News 20 March 2015
One of Queensland’s most enduring murder mysteries has taken another dramatic twist with new claims the victim’s husband made a deathbed confession.
Read more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-03-20/fresh-confession-claim-in-mcculkin-family-murder-mystery/6336082
QPS News 22 March 2015
Detectives have commenced a homicide investigation following the death of a 32-year-old woman this morning in Pacific Haven, north of Howard. Initial investigations suggest just after 7am the woman’s body was located at a residence on Pacific Haven Drive.
Police attended the scene and established a crime scene. A 34-year-old man was later taken into custody after being stopped by police in a vehicle south of Gympie and is continuing to assist police with their enquiries.
View at source: http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/blog/2015/03/22/homicide-investigation-pacific-haven-howard/