Woman on corpse charge back in court on trafficking drug matters
A Glenvale woman charged with interfering with a corpse after allegedly dumping the body of a Toowoomba man in Preston bushland has had a number of unrelated drug charges mentioned before the Toowoomba Magistrates Court.
Kelly-Ann May Sinclair, 36, has been held in custody since her arrest on charges arising from the alleged dumping of 28-year-old Blake Riley’s body in bushland in January and was not in court when her drug charges were mentioned on Friday.
She has not been required to enter pleas to the charges which include trafficking dangerous drugs, 39 counts of supplying dangerous drugs and possessing drugs and associated items.
Her solicitor Brad Skuse, of David Burns Lawyers, said the defence was still waiting for drug analysis and asked for an adjournment.
Magistrate Howard Osborne therefore adjourned all matters for mention back in the same court on May 21.
Originally published as Woman on corpse charge back in court on trafficking drug matters