THE woman accused of concealing gun cartridges with alleged links to the shooting death of Tamworth police officer David Rixon was granted bail yesterday.
Sharon Strudwick, 47, has been placed on conditional bail until her next court appearance on June 14.
One of her conditions is to not talk to any
Police arrested Strudwick in mid-April and charged her with being an accessory after the fact to murder, hindering the discovery of evidence and possessing ammunition without a permit.
She’s accused of telling her son, James Strudwick, to flush gun cartridges down the toilet of their South Tamworth home after the arrest of
her boyfriend, Michael Jacobs, over the March 2 shooting.
The court had previously heard that conversations between Sharon Strudwick and her son had been intercepted by investigators and evidence had been found in a sewer.