Couple Face Court Following Alleged Murder And Kidnapping On Central Coast
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Two people have been charged after a man’s body was discovered and a woman was allegedly kidnapped on the Central Coast in NSW.
Emergency services were called to a Levitt Street home at around 4:30PM on Saturday after receiving reports that a woman had fled from the property after allegedly being kidnapped.
Upon arriving at the scene, the 44-year-old woman claimed that she had been held captive since Thursday.
The woman also asked police to check on a man who she claimed had been involved in an altercation at the property.
After entering the premises, police discovered the body of 52-year-old Sean Froggatt.
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The woman was treated by paramedics before being transported to hospital for further assessment and treatment to minor injuries including burns.
Authorities arrested and charged 30-year-old Daniel Hasapis with murder and kidnapping.
Hasapis’ girlfriend, 33-year-old Bonnie Cullen was later arrested and charged with concealing a serious offence.
The pair faced Wyong local court today.
Police will allege that all four were known to each other and had become involved in an argument over drugs.
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