Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Lateesha Nolan missing person

I gave information to the Police to catch Malcolm Naden so when the Police search 6/34-36a Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross

The alleged skull will be in the brothel subfloor compartment where the Police have been told about this from November 2011.

http://www.australianmissingpersonsregister.com/Lateesha.htm

About 5.30pm the next day, the vehicle was found abandoned in a car park on the high banks of the Macquarie River about two kilometres from her home in southern Dubbo.

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Malcolm Naden taken to dig scene at Butlers Falls

MALCOLM Naden has just arrived back at Goulburn's Supermax jail, after his overnight trip to Dubbo where police are digging for the remains of Lateesha Nolan.
The 38-year-old arrived back at the high-security prison just before 2.30pm today, after making the five-hour trip, a Corrective Services spokeswoman said.

He spent the night in a maximum security cell in Wellington jail, to break up the long trip, and then continued back to Goulburn today.

Naden was escorted under tight security to Butlers Falls yesterday, south of Dubbo, where a search is being carried out for Lateesha’s remains.

Police have been digging at the Macquarie River site since Wednesday, and said they are confident they are in the right area to find the mother-of-four’s body.

Lateesha has been missing since January 2005. No one has been charged with her murder.



New dig for Lateesha Nolan's body

A SECOND section of river bank is being dug up by police searching for the body of Lateesha Nolan.
Police began digging up the new location yesterday after murder suspect Malcolm Naden accompanied officers to the Butlers Falls area, nearDubbo, on Saturday.
The freshly marked site is about 300m from where police had been digging for the mother-of-four's remains last week. A team of officers could be seen sifting the soil, with a cadaver-detection dog nearby.
Naden was back in Goulburn's Supermax jail last night.
He spent Saturday night in Wellington jail, after police decided the round trip in one day would be too exhausting for the 38-year-old, who has been co-operating with them.
However, police said Naden had his wrists and ankles shackled and he was escorted by a specialist security detail.

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