A house agent who was arrested on suspicion of burglary was jailed for 10 years last week after she was found guilty of the crime.
The 30-year-old woman from New Zealand had been arrested on June 26 last year after her family discovered the house had been abandoned and abandoned property in a suburb of Auckland.
A post-mortem examination showed that she had been shot in the face with a shotgun, and her body had been left at the scene.
The house agent, who has not been named, pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and was sentenced to two years’ house arrest.
The court heard that on August 10 last year, the house agent’s brother rang the police to report that he was being threatened by her boyfriend.
The woman said that she didn’t want to go to police, but the boyfriend threatened to kill her if she didn.
The boyfriend was charged and charged with criminal damage.
She was later released on bail and pleaded guilty on December 1 last year to the burglary charge, which she had previously been given in relation to the earlier incidents.
Her brother, who was the owner of the property at the time of the incident, told the court that the woman told him that the house was in a safe deposit box and that she hadn’t stolen anything.
She told the police that she was going to kill herself if she went to police.
The case is expected to be heard at the Auckland District Court.
The Crown said the house’s owner, who had previously lived in the same area, had reported the property to police and told the officer that there was a young man living there.
The young man had allegedly threatened to shoot her and the family had received a phone call warning them of the potential danger.
After her arrest, the woman had been transferred to the Auckland Central Prison.
The police have now charged the woman with one count of aggravated burglary and three counts of committing an offence with intent to commit an offence.
The sentencing was adjourned until next week.