Schizophrenic man, 32, accused of murdering a woman whose body was found in the Chinatown of Melbourne

Schizophrenic man, 32, charged with murdering a woman whose body was found in the Chinatown of Melbourne, had just been released from mental health care

  • Christopher Allen Bell, 32, accused of murdering Natalia Angok, 32
  • Her body was found early yesterday on the corner of a dead end
  • Bell was a schizophrenic who was released from a psychiatric institution a week ago
  • The police still have to release the nocturnal autopsy to confirm its cause of death

A schizophrenic man is accused of murdering a woman whose body was found in Melbourne's Chinatown in court.

Christopher Allen Bell (32) is accused of murdering 32-year-old Natalina Angok from Geelong, whose body was found early yesterday on the corner of a dead-end road.

Bell was on Thursday at the dock of the Magistrates Court in Melbourne with a lowered head, as his lawyer Steven Pica said the accused was non-medicated for a long time.

He was & # 39; just a week ago & # 39; released from an institution for psychiatric inpatients, after a week's stay, the court was told.

Christopher Allen Bell, 32, is charged with killing 32-year-old Natalina Angok, whose body was found in Melbourne & # 39; s Chinatown.

Christopher Allen Bell, 32, is charged with killing 32-year-old Natalina Angok, whose body was found in Melbourne & # 39; s Chinatown.

The court heard that Bell was a schizophrenic man who was released from a psychiatric institution just a week ago

The court heard that Bell was a schizophrenic man who was released from a psychiatric institution just a week ago

The court heard that Bell was a schizophrenic man who was released from a psychiatric institution just a week ago

Bell was on Thursday at the dock of the Magistrates Court of Melbourne with a lowered head, because his lawyer Steven Pica said the accused was non-drug for a long time

Bell was on Thursday at the dock of the Magistrates Court of Melbourne with a lowered head, because his lawyer Steven Pica said the accused was non-drug for a long time

Bell was on Thursday at the dock of the Magistrates Court of Melbourne with a lowered head, because his lawyer Steven Pica said the accused was non-drug for a long time

Magistrate Cathy Lamble said he had a & # 39; diagnosed schizophrenic & # 39; was to take the antipsychotic Seroquel.

& # 39; His mental health needs must be assessed as quickly as possible, & # 39; she said.

He will be held in custody to appear before the same court in the same court on Friday.

The police have yet to release the results of a nocturnal autopsy that they had hoped would confirm the cause of Ms. Angok's death.

She was found at the intersection of Little Bourke Street and Celestial Avenue just after 6:30 am on Wednesday.

Detectives quickly stated that her death was suspected after a passerby had found her lifeless.

He was charged with one count of murder on Wednesday evening.

Magistrate Cathy Lamble said he had a & # 39; diagnosed schizophrenic & # 39; was to take the antipsychotic drug Seroquel

Magistrate Cathy Lamble said he had a & # 39; diagnosed schizophrenic & # 39; was to take the antipsychotic drug Seroquel

Magistrate Cathy Lamble said he had a & # 39; diagnosed schizophrenic & # 39; was to take the antipsychotic drug Seroquel

The Highton woman was found Wednesday around 6:30 am at the intersection of Little Bourke Street and Celestial Avenue.

The woman is said to be dead when a member of the public made the horrific discovery, said Chief Inspector Craig Peel on Wednesday.

Her body was in a gutter and covered with a paramedic's blanket.

Paramedics were called to the scene when the woman was found, but she could not be revived.

The police have yet to release the results of a nocturnal autopsy that they had hoped would confirm the cause of Ms. Angok's death

The police have yet to release the results of a nocturnal autopsy that they had hoped would confirm the cause of Ms. Angok's death

The police have yet to release the results of a nocturnal autopsy that they had hoped would confirm the cause of Ms. Angok's death

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