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A woman was found guilty of the manslaughter of a mother from Queensland, whose charred body was found two years ago on a dirt road in northern New South Wales.

Woman, 30, admits she killed a mother, 34, whose burned body was found on the side of a road

  • Rachel Angala Wheatley, 30, pleaded guilty to manslaughter of Sabrina Bremer
  • Mrs. Bremer's body, 34, was burned on the side of a road in NSW
  • Wheatley was previously accused of murder, but admitted that he was accused to a lesser extent
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A woman was found guilty of the manslaughter of a mother from Queensland, whose charred body was found two years ago on a dirt road in northern New South Wales.

Rachel Angala Wheatley, 30, was previously charged with the murder of Sabrina Bremer, 34, whose heavily burned remains were found by a passing motorist on Pollards Road, North Tumbulgum, on August 18, 2016.

The motorist initially thought that her body was a burning log.

A woman was found guilty of the manslaughter of a mother from Queensland, whose charred body was found two years ago on a dirt road in northern New South Wales.

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A woman was found guilty of the manslaughter of a mother from Queensland, whose charred body was found two years ago on a dirt road in northern New South Wales.

Wheatley was convicted on Wednesday for the lesser indictment for manslaughter and interference with the corpse of the Logan mother.

No details about the August 16 murder were heard in the Supreme Court of Brisbane or why the indictment was lowered.

A second person also initially accused of murdering Mrs. Bremer, Joshua Mundy, 31, pleaded guilty to interfering with her corpse and an accessory after Wheatley killed her.

A third person, Jade Rodney Nielsen, 42, who was initially accused of complicity following the murder, was not in court and remains on bail.

Prosecutor Jodie Wooldridge said that Nielsen, from Wynnum, would be accused of trying to distort justice.

His lawyer Angus Edwards told the court that Nielsen intends to plead guilty and would attend the same court on November 18 to be charged and convicted.

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Wheatley, of Woodridge and Mundy, of Kingston, will remain in custody to be sentenced on November 18.

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