A person charged over the alleged chilly case homicide of Annette Steward has confronted courtroom for the primary time after he was transported from Perth.
Darren Chalmers, 55, confronted a short submitting listening to within the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court docket on Monday. He’s charged with one courtroom of homicide.
Ms Steward, 29, had been strangled to dying when her bare physique was discovered by a pal in her dwelling on Hope St, Geelong West, on March 18, 1992.
On the earlier night time, Ms Steward had tea with 4 male mates after purchasing in Geelong; nevertheless, little else surrounding her remaining hours is publicly recognized.
The circumstances surrounding the dying of the mom of two, who labored on the Level Henry ammunition manufacturing unit, have remained a thriller for greater than 30 years, even after Victoria Police provided a $1m reward for info into her dying in 2015.
Mr Chalmers was charged by police on Tuesday after he was transported from Perth to Victoria the week prior.
Showing through a video hyperlink, Mr Chalmers, sporting spectacles and sporting a brief gray beard, was not required to enter a plea earlier than Justice of the Peace Guillaume Bailin.
He was remanded in custody till his subsequent courtroom date on June 13.