Australia No bail for alleged Wyong shooter
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Jason Hans Speelman, from the NSW Illawarra, has been charged with attempted murder after he allegedly shot The injured man's wounds were not life-threatening. Speelman did not apply for bail when he fronted Port Kembla Local Court on Thursday and it was formally refused by the magistrate.
A judge Friday kept a million bail in place for Matt Milby, the 19-year-old charged in connection with the shooting at Dixon High School this week.
A man who allegedly killed another man and injured three others in a NSW Central Coast shooting will remain behind bars for at least another two months.
Bradley Jason Mark White, 40, allegedly opened fire on Tuesday night at a Wyong property.
A 20-year-old man was killed during the incident while a 45-year-old woman and a 50-year-old man sustained minor injuries and a police officer was wounded in the back while trying to help.
White was charged on Wednesday morning with 13 offences including murder, attempted murder and firearm charges.
He was refused bail to appear on Wednesday via video link at Wyong Local Court, where he did not apply for bail and it was formally refused.
He'll next appear at the same court on May 19.
Sydney railway rampage suspect denied bail .
A Sydney man who allegedly went on a violent rampage at Central Station has been denied bail in the NSW Supreme Court.Zachary Anderson was denied bail when he appeared in the Supreme Court on Monday over the February 27 incident.
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