John Stenberg in an audition photo for a role in the murder mystery called Mystery Road, which he auditioned for while on the run following the murder of Broadwater man Ned Kelly.
John Stenberg in an audition photo for a role in the murder mystery called Mystery Road, which he auditioned for while on the run following the murder of Broadwater man Ned Kelly.

Police still gathering evidence on Ned Kelly murder

POLICE continue to gather evidence against the man charged with the murder of former Broadwater man Edward James Kelly.

Jonathon Andrew Stenberg did not appear via video link in Lismore local court this morning.

He remains in custody in the Metropolitan Reception and Remand Centre at Silverwater.

Police prosecutor Chris Smith said there was still some outstanding evidence and reports to be gathered to support the police case.

Mr Smith said some of the police evidence was being gathered from interstate and overseas.

Magistrate R Denes ordered the police brief to be prepared by January 22, 2013.

She adjourned the matter until February 4 at Lismore Local Court.

Stenberg, who is yet to apply for bail, has been ordered to appear on video link on that occasion.



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