Bianca Mouhalos among three charged with taking steps in manufacturing an explosive


A live military hand grenade found under a bed in a Para Hills home, in Adelaide had to be deactivated by the Australian Defence Force, a court has heard.

The occupants and live-in couple of more than three years, Christopher John Radomanski, 34, and Bianca Despine Anne Mouhalos, 31, appeared in the Elizabeth Magistrates Court by video link on Wednesday charged with taking steps in manufacturing an explosive.

They were also charged with two counts of dishonestly receiving, and one count of dishonestly dealing, with property without consent. 

Christopher John Radomanski was arrested after police raided the Para Hills home. Picture: Ten News First

A third person arrested at the property, Crystal Simone Agius, 34, also appeared and is facing two counts of dishonestly receiving, and one count of dishonestly dealing, with property without consent and failing to answer questions or identify the driver or owner of a vehicle.

On Wednesday, police prosecutor Brevet Sergeant Jennifer Switala said the grenade, a “very dangerous device”, was “capable of causing death or serious harm”.

Magistrate Terence Forrest granted both women bail but Radomanski did not apply for early release. 

All three will next appear in Adelaide’s Elizabeth Magistrates Court in April.

Source: The Advertiser




By subscribing you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.


Latest News

Fasolada: Niki Louca shares recipe for baked beans with tuna salad

Fasolada is one of those comfort foods that reminds us of grandparents, Greece, cold days, warm houses, fresh homemade bread.

Hellenic Writers’ Association of Australia call for ‘O Logos’ magazine submissions

The Hellenic Writers’ Association has called on members and Greek Australians to submit original works to the 2024 edition of ‘O Logos.’

Indian Hellenism: Bactria and the Indo-Greek Kingdom

The Indo-Greek Kingdom is arguably the most fascinating of all the Hellenistic Kingdoms, initially emerging from the Greek-Bactrian Kingdom.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Three)

In his previous article professor A.Tamis, referred to the consequences that will follow the year 2035 for the Australian diaspora.

An invitation to all: The Antipodean Palette Art Exhibition 2024 and Poetry Afternoon

The Greek Australian Cultural League (GACL) will again proudly present the Antipodean Palette Group Art Exhibition 2024.

You May Also Like

Cypriots in NSW to set up archaeology committee promoting return of artefacts to Cyprus

The Community’s Justice for Cyprus Committee has been at the forefront for the Cyprus cause and preserving, protecting Cyprus heritage.

The Australian Hellenic Choir appoints new Musical Director, Leon Vitogiannis

Leon Vitogiannis has been appointed the Australian Hellenic Choir Inc.'s new Musical Director and Conductor.

Dimitris Basis: ‘Here in Australia there is a piece of Greece’

International Greek singer, Dimitris Basis, entered the offices of The Greek Herald in Sydney for our exclusive interview.