Malcolm Naden handed second murder charge

Malcolm Naden handed second murder charge

Captured fugitive Malcolm Naden has been charged with another count of murder, after he was captured in New South Wales in March following a seven-year manhunt.

Facing Sydney’s Central Local Court this morning, Naden has been charged with the murder of his cousin Lateesha Nolan in Dubbo in January 2005.

He’s already been charged with murdering her friend Kristy Scholes, as well as the attempted murder of a police officer and the indecent assault of a teenage girl.

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