Queensland

‘My house smells like a morgue’


Jarrod Sierocki

Solicitor Adam Magill, outside Brisbane Magistrates Court, says his client, Nicholas John Crilley, is facing “quite heinous” allegations after his girlfriend was found with significant injuries in a flat in the Brisbane suburb of Bulimba. Mr Magill says Crilley is in a “precarious” position after being wounded during a police pursuit on Monday night. Nicholas John Crilley, 31, is accused of torturing and burning his girlfriend Tanya Nicole Roberts, who was found in a Bulimba unit on July 2 following a panicked phone call to police allegedly made by Crilley. (AAP Video/Shae McDonald)

Jeromy Harris was granted bail.

A BRISBANE woman horrifically injured during a prolonged sickening attack has emerged from an induced coma, while one of the men accused of failing to report her torture has been granted bail.

Former soccer professional Jeromy Lee Harris, 41, is alleged to have failed to report his housemate Nicholas John Crilley, who is accused of attacking Crilley’s 21-year-old girlfrie…

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