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A 27-year-old woman will appear in Tweed Heads Local Court today after being extradited from Queensland in relation to the shooting death of a man at Tweed Heads earlier this year.

The woman has been charged with being an accessory after the fact of murder after being arrested on Monday by Queensland police.

Police attended the Tweed Heads District Hospital at 4.30pm on 24 June after receiving information that a man suffering a gunshot would had presented to the hospital.

The man, who has been formally identified as 31-year-old Ace Hall, died a short time later.

A joint strike force, named Vandell, was established, comprising the State Crime Command’s homicide squad, Tweed/Byron police and Queensland police.

Queensland police arrested the 27-year-old woman on Monday and Strike Force detectives were granted extradition of the woman to NSW when she appeared in the Southport Magistrates Court.

She was charged at the Tweed Heads Police Station and refused bail to appear in court today.

 


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