Mother of murdered schoolgirl Charlise Mutten who was shot dead and stuffed inside a barrel is CHARGED over a home invasion where two guns were allegedly stolen
The mother of schoolgirl Charlise Mutten has been charged over a home invasion where two guns were allegedly stolen.
Kallista Mutten pictured with her daughter Charlise
The nine-year-old girl was allegedly shot dead by her mother Kallista Mutten’s fiancé Justin Stein, 31, in January on his family’s property in the Blue Mountains before he disposed of her body in a barrel.
Charlise was initially reported as missing before her body was found in bushland near the Colo River on January 18, with police charging Stein with murder a short time later.
Police this week charged Mutten over an alleged home investigation at Mount Wilson in August last year.
Police will allege she accompanied Stein to the home where two guns were allegedly stolen.
‘A 39-year-old woman attended Campbelltown Police Station on Tuesday where she was charged with aggravated break and enter in company,’ NSW police said in a statement.
Mutten has not been charged over Charlise’s alleged murder.
More to come.