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It's very vast, very steep, very rugged. Inspector Rob Wallace said Mr Boyden's father searched by himself for a couple of difficult before raising the alarm.
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The year-old is believed to have suddenly left the vehicle he was travelling with his father, and headed down a steep embankment next to the road. Sergeant Dessent said Mr Boyden is fit and healthy, but the clock Ferntrer running on his rescue given the cold conditions.
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A man fatally struck his fiancee's violent brother with a mattock handle while trying to rescue his mother-in-law to be, a Melbourne court has heard. Heyes, who has pleaded not guilty to murder, appeared before the Victorian Supreme Court for the beginning of his trial.
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Crown Prosecutor Nude Port Macquarie massage girls Kayser told the jury that Heyes, of Scoresby, went to the house with Mr Thomas's half-brother on the night of the killing armed with a mattock handle, knife and syringe. He said they arrived at the home hours after Heyes' fiancee told him she feared her mother was in trouble and her brother was doing something to.
He said Mr Thomas's mother would tell the court she was in bed when she heard her year-old son say: "No, please don't," and the voice of his half-brother. When Mrs Thomas opened her bedroom door she saw Heyes coming towards her with a "long stick in his hand", Mr Kayser told the court.
Heyes told police that when he confronted Mr Thomas on the night he died, a fight broke out and Mr Thomas grabbed the mattock handle and tried to swing it at.
Heyes' lawyer, Stratton Langslow, told the jury the evidence would show Mr Thomas was a "particularly difficult man" and was seemingly "insane" and "dangerous".
He said Heyes' fiancee had told him that Mr Thomas was capable of being very violent towards her and her mother.
Mr Langslow said Heyes had not met Mr Thomas before that night, had no motive to kill him, and the only reason he confronted him was because his fiancee had asked him to. Man accused of killing fiancee's brother. Spiritual dating Mornington
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The Sydney Morning Herald. Mr Kayser said Heyes told Mrs Thomas to leave the house. Heyes told police he took the implement from Mr Thomas and struck him several times with it.