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A mother accused of beating her five-year-old daughter (pictured with paramedics) multiple times during a stabbing rampage in the NSW Hunter region has appeared in court with a black eye

Mother accused of stabbing her five year old daughter in the head during frightening knife rampage appears in court with a black eye

  • Mother was accused of beating her five year old daughter in the head several times
  • She is also accused of stabbing three strangers during the alleged rampage
  • The woman had a black eye when she appeared in court via a video link from prison
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A mother accused of beating her five-year-old daughter in the head several times during a stabbing disaster in the NSW Hunter region, has appeared in court with a black eye.

The 26-year-old appeared briefly in the local court of Raymond on Monday via a video link from the Silverwater Correctional Center for ladies. She had a black left eye.

Magistrate Brett Shields did not mention her situation in suspending the case at the local court in Newcastle on December 11, when it is expected that the charges will be confirmed and a decision will be made on how to proceed.

The woman has been in custody since her arrest on August 27 in the resort of Salamander Bay, where she is said to have stabbed her daughter and three strangers during the rampage.

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A mother accused of beating her five-year-old daughter (pictured with paramedics) multiple times during a stabbing rampage in the NSW Hunter region has appeared in court with a black eye

A mother accused of beating her five-year-old daughter (pictured with paramedics) multiple times during a stabbing rampage in the NSW Hunter region has appeared in court with a black eye

She is confronted with four counts of armed with the intention of committing an indictment, three assault counts that cause personal injury, one count of injuring her daughter with the intention of causing serious physical injury, attacking a police officer, resist the police and betray themselves.

She is also confronted with two separate indictments that claim she was disqualified in Williamtown on July 25 when she was run over by the police and turned out to have an ax in her car.

When Monday was told that her case was adjourned and she would stay behind bars, the mother said to the magistrate: & # 39; Okay, thanks. & # 39;

Judicial documents reveal that the police refused to release the woman on bail after her arrest because the alleged violations were of such a violent nature.

& # 39; The defendant has not given admission to the crimes, & # 39; said senior agent Adam French in his written decision to refuse bail.

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& # 39; There are a number of independent witnesses to the crime. & # 39;

Sen. Const French indicated that the woman had three previous convictions for domestic violence, public disorder and alcoholic violence.

She appeared on Monday at Raymond Terrace Local Court (photo) via video link from Silverwater Women & # 39; s Correctional Center. She had a black left eye

She appeared on Monday at Raymond Terrace Local Court (photo) via video link from Silverwater Women & # 39; s Correctional Center. She had a black left eye

She appeared on Monday at Raymond Terrace Local Court (photo) via video link from Silverwater Women & # 39; s Correctional Center. She had a black left eye

The police officer said the woman was an unacceptable risk of committing a serious offense if she was released and could endanger the community.

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Detectives claim that she stabbed her daughter several times during the August attack before dragging her through a store.

The woman, who reportedly hit a senior agent twice in the face during her arrest, was taken to Mater Hospital for treatment for self-inflicted stab wounds to her head.

Her daughter had several cracks in her skull. The three other victims were treated for minor injuries.

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