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Australia Two women face court over role in spate of drive-by shootings

13:26  25 september  2020
13:26  25 september  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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Two women fronted court today over a spate of drive-by shootings across Wodonga.

Tory McGuire and Rachael Charubin have been charged with three counts each of reckless conduct endangering life.

It's alleged they and co-accused Jamie Evans played a role in a spate of drive-by shootings in Wodonga, where four homes were targeted over the weekend.

Today the Wodonga Magistrates Court heard a bullet became lodged in a bedroom door of one of the houses, while a man and woman were inside.

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Ms McGuire, 29, is accused of driving the car as a third co-accused Jamie Evans allegedly fired a bullet in the direction of each property.

The prosecution told the court Ms McGuire and Ms Charubin became involved because they believed they were under threat by a drug standover man.

The court heard the houses were targeted because all three of the accused believed that man was inside one of them.

Ms McGuire and Ms Charubin were both granted bail today, but must adhere to strict conditions upon their release.

The women were told they must not go within 100 metres of the alleged drive-by shootings and they must not contact each other or the third co-accused.

Co-accused Mr Evans was extradited to Victoria from New South Wales.

The 29-year-old is expected to face court tomorrow, charged with four counts of endangering life and four counts of discharge a firearm.

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