Teenager, 19, is charged with homicide after a 51-year-old man died from ‘important’ head accidents brought on by a blunt object
- A young person has been charged with homicide after the loss of life of a 51-year-old man
- The 51-year-old died from important head accidents in Royal Hobart Hospital
- He was allegedly assaulted and hit with a blunt object in Sorell, east of Hobart
- The 19-year-old was charged on Sunday he’s anticipated to face court docket on Monday
A young person has been charged with homicide after the loss of life of a 51-year-old man from important head accidents in Tasmania.
The person died within the Royal Hobart Hospital on Saturday night time after allegedly being assaulted at Sorell, east of Hobart, on March 10.
Police on Sunday charged a 19-year-old from Sorell with homicide. He’s anticipated to face court docket on Monday.
The 51-year-old man died in Royal Hobart Hospital after he was allegedly hit with a blunt object
‘Tasmania Police want to categorical their honest condolences to the household of the deceased at this troublesome time,’ investigators stated in an announcement.
‘(We) thank members of the Sorell group who’ve assisted within the investigation of this incident.’
Police earlier alleged the person was hit with a blunt object.