Raelene Polymiadis charged over alleged murder of elderly parents in South Australia


The daughter of an elderly couple alleged to have been poisoned a year apart has been charged with two counts of murder over their deaths, The Advertiser has reported.

Raelene Polymiadis, 62, was arrested in Craigmore, Adelaide, South Australia, on Tuesday morning in relation to the alleged murders of Brenda and Lynton Anderson.

SA Police allege Brenda and Lynton Anderson were murdered — both at the age of 94 — after being “deliberately administered medication.”

Both victims died at the Flinders Medical Centre – Mrs Anderson on March 16, 2022, and her husband on May 1, this year.

Polymiadis will be refused police bail and is expected to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court today.

Source: The Advertiser.




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