The father of alleged double murderer Beau Lamarre-Condon has broken his silence three days after police found the bodies of Jesse Baird and Luke Davies lying in bushland.
Raymond Condon, a security guard in the northern rivers region of New South Wales, split from Lamarre-Condon’s mother, Coleen, when the accused double murderer was in primary school.
Daily Mail Australia has been told Mr Condon has had a strained relationship with the celebrity-hunting senior New South Wales police constable, who lived with his mother and later his uncle.
Speaking at his home in Bray Park, near Murwillumbah on the River Tweed, Condon told Daily Mail Australia: “I haven’t spoken to Beau yet, no” since he was arrested and charged with the murders of Baird, 26, and Davies. 29.
Raymond Condon, the security guard father of accused double murderer Beau Lamarre-Condon, has broken his silence about his son since the alleged murders of Jesse Bair and Luke Davies.
It comes as new details emerged about the police career of Jamila Lamarre-Condon, who joined the NSW Police Force like her brother and worked as a radio broadcaster until her dismissal.
He declined to comment on claims from multiple sources that the couple was separated.
Condon’s response comes as new details have emerged about Beau’s sister Jamila.
Like Beau, Jamila Lamarre-Condon is a former celebrity hunter who posed for selfies with singers and actors and later joined the police.
The Hollywood-obsessed brothers stalked stars for photos to post on social media for years before Beau became a police officer and his sister joined as a radio broadcaster.
They were following the path of their mother, who is also a former New South Wales Police officer.
But Lamarre-Condon’s career in the New South Wales Police would come to an unhappy end long before her brother’s police career ended.
Documents obtained by Daily Mail Australia reveal that Jamila unsuccessfully sued the police for compensation after being fired from her job for refusing to take a Covid vaccine.
The NSW Police Commissioner is in the process of dismissing Beau Lamarre-Condon from the force following charges over the alleged murders of Jess Baird and Luke Davies (above).
Beau Lamarre-Condon, his father Raymond Condon and his sister Jamila when the siblings were young children.
In her unsuccessful claim for unfair dismissal, Lamarre-Condon, who during the Covid pandemic had a child she was breastfeeding, refused then-commissioner Mick Fuller’s instructions to get vaccinated.
In September 2021, the commissioner ordered all members of the police force to receive the vaccine and Ms Lamarre-Condon had not “submitted a certificate of medical contraindication or requested an exemption”.
However, Lamarre-Condon believed the commissioner’s order “endangered his life and health” and was not legal since “evidence shows that COVID-19 vaccines are neither safe nor effective.”
She accused Fuller of being “negligent, intimidating and reckless” in trying to force her to get vaccinated.
After her job was terminated in March 2022, Ms Lamarre-Condon launched legal proceedings, arguing that her dismissal was “harsh, unreasonable or unfair” and seeking reinstatement and compensation.
She said the redundancy was tough because she and her partner were “now unemployed with a small baby and struggling financially, with their only source of income being childcare payments from the Commonwealth Government”.
In November 2022, Lamarre-Condon represented herself at a NSW Industrial Relations Commission hearing, where the commissioner found her to be “an extremely effective advocate” and good at cross-examining Mr. Fuller.
However, Commissioner Janet McDonald found that he was “not that impressive as a witness.”
Jamila Lamarre-Condon claimed her dismissal from the New South Wales Police was harsh, but she failed in her bid to sue for compensation.
“At various points she was evasive and reluctant to make any concessions that she perceived might have been detrimental to her case,” Ms. McDonald concluded.
“My overall impression of the plaintiff as a witness was that she was a evader.”
Lamarre-Condon objected to the fact that she had been fired “on her birthday” and claimed that she “endured an intense 13-week training course to get her job at the age of 25.”
He also said he was “just beginning what I hoped would be a long career in the New South Wales Police”.
However, Commissioner McDonald dismissed Ms Lamarre-Condon’s application, finding that she “had not demonstrated that her dismissal was harsh, unfair or unreasonable”.
Daily Mail Australia does not suggest Ms Lamarre-Condon had any involvement in or knowledge of her brother’s alleged murder of Mr Baird and Mr Davies, or his alleged disposal of their bodies.
Since Beau Lamarre-Condon was arrested a week ago, NSW Police Commissioner Karen Webb has begun the process of dismissing the alleged double murderer from the force.
Beau’s lawyer, John Walford, a former police officer and prosecutor, broke his silence to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday and revealed his client is “doing well” behind bars.
“I’ve seen him a couple of times,” Walford told Daily Mail Australia. ‘I have no instructions on this at the moment, it is too early.