PICTURED: Woman, 30, accused of murder after allegedly stabbing a naked man to death – as neighbors say they heard loud screaming moments before a bloody attack
- Sharee Lorraine Turnbull, 30, was confronted with the murder charge on Monday
- Naked man, 25, was stabbed on Saturday in the stairwell of a residential building
- The woman was arrested Sunday by the police at the crime scene in Camperdown
A woman accused of killing a naked man in a block of units in Sydney sits behind bars after she has been formally refused a bail.
Sharee Lorraine Turnbull, 30, wore a blue police forensic suit when she was confronted Monday with Newtown Local Court charged with murdering Jack Mulligan, 25, in Camperdown on September 28.
The woman, from Gilgandra in the central west of NSW, is said to have murdered Mulligan in the apartment complex on Pyrmont Bridge Road in a five-minute period around 8 p.m. The Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Magistrate Carolyn Huntsman told the court that the prosecutor's office had eight weeks to collect all witness statements before Mrs. Turnbull would be back in Newtown local court on November 25.
Officers were called on the spot after a resident heard a man scream.
Sharee Lorraine Turnbull (photo), 30, was indicted Monday in front of Newtown Local Court for murdering the 25-year-old man in Camperdown on September 28
He suffered a number of stab wounds and later died in the hospital.
Native James Naylor told it Sydney Morning Herald he found the victim naked on the ground, covered with blood.
& # 39; I came out and a gentleman lay on the floor. No clothes on, with marks everywhere. There was blood everywhere, & he said.
& # 39; The police know this building fairly well; they are literally here every day. & # 39;
A resident told Nine News on Sunday that a & # 39; pretty full argument between different people, not just two & # 39; said.
Police said officers searched for a unit in the block on Sunday and arrested Turnbull.
She did not apply for bail and was taken into custody.
The case will be brought to court on November 25.
Turnbull (photo) has not requested a bail and has been taken into custody
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