10-06-2015, 11:27 PM #1
Australia - Penelope 'Penny' Bailey, 59, Melbourne, 29 Sept 2015 *Arrest*
Son urged to come forward after Melbourne mother's disappearance
"Police have appealed for the son of a missing Melbourne woman to come forward after she disappeared in suspicious circumstances on Tuesday.
Penelope Bailey, 59, was reported missing from her Mont Albert North home by her family.
Her 34-year-old son Stephen, was last seen riding his bike away from the home they share around noon on Tuesday and has not been seen since.
The Victoria Police homicide squad has set up a crime scene at the home but they will not say what they found there."
http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2015-1...tances/6833242"When from a long distant past nothing persists, after the people are dead, after things are broken and scattered, still alone, more persistent, more faithful, the smell and taste of things remain poised a long, long time like souls, ready to remind us, waiting, hoping for their moment amid the ruins of all the rest, and bear unfaltering in the tiny and almost impalpable drop of their essence the vast structure of recollection."
10-07-2015, 03:29 AM #2
Her son was seen on CCTV in the city around 7am this morning, including at Flinders Street Station. There were signs of a struggle in the house and police want to talk him.
Does not sound good for his Mum.
He has two sisters who have appealed for him to come forward.
10-07-2015, 06:55 AM #3Registered User
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Australia - Penelope Bailey, 59, MELBOURNE, 29 Sept 2015
CCTV shows missing man at a railway station as homicide detectives investigate his mother Penelope Bailey's disappearance and her daughters make desperate appeal
The son of a 59-year-old woman, whose disappearance is being investigated by homicide detectives, has been seen at a Melbourne train station after the pair vanished from their suburban home.
Police released images of 34-year-old Stephen Bailey that were captured by CCTV cameras around 6.55pm on Tuesday at Flinders Street Railway Station, in Melbourne's CBD, only hours after his sister's made an emotional plea for their mother Penelope Bailey to contact authorities.
Ms Bailey was last seen by one of her daughters around 9pm on Sunday night at her Mont Albert home, located 12 kilometers east of Melbourne’s city centre in Victoria.
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10-07-2015, 07:21 AM #4Registered User
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Mr Bailey, 34, had last been seen at 11.45am on Tuesday, cycling away from the townhouse in Strabane Avenue, Mont Albert, where he lived with his mother.
Ms Bailey, 59, was reported missing from the house, in Melbourne's east, on Tuesday night. She was last seen at 9pm on Sunday.
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The son of a 59-year-old woman has been arrested by police after he failed to contact them following the suspicious disappearance of his mother who was reported missing two days ago.
Stephen Bailey, 34, was arrested on Thursday morning by police at Smithfield Road in North Melbourne and is now in hospital, but it is not known what he is being treated for.
A crime scene has been established at Ms Bailey's Mont Albert home she shared with her son, where blood was found inside and items recovered as evidence, 9News reported.
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10-08-2015, 06:51 AM #6
Missing Vic mum body may be found: police
https://au.news.yahoo.com/vic/a/2974...-found-police/"When from a long distant past nothing persists, after the people are dead, after things are broken and scattered, still alone, more persistent, more faithful, the smell and taste of things remain poised a long, long time like souls, ready to remind us, waiting, hoping for their moment amid the ruins of all the rest, and bear unfaltering in the tiny and almost impalpable drop of their essence the vast structure of recollection."
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She shared a home in Mont Albert with her 34-year-old son Stephen Bailey, who was arrested on Wednesday night following a public appeal for him to come forward in relation to his mother's disappearance.
Ms Batty said he is not yet fit to be interviewed by detectives.
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http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/pe...15-gk9me7.htmlPenny Bailey, the mother of three who was allegedly murdered by her son last week, has been laid to rest and remembered as a quiet and loving person.
Distraught family and friends attended Ms Bailey's funeral at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Deepdene on Thursday to say their final goodbyes.
07-15-2016, 06:43 AM #9
The behaviour of Stephen Bailey in the lead-up to the murder of his mother, Penny Bailey, will be probed during a four-day committal hearing.
Graphic details of Ms Bailey’s death will be aired and issues of whether family members contaminated the murder scene will be explored when 14 witnesses are cross-examined before a magistrate from September 6.
09-06-2016, 05:20 PM #10
Murder suspect Stephen Bailey asked to be called Aristotle during arrest, court told
By Emma Younger
Updated Tue Sep 06 17:58:17 EST 2016
Posted Tue Sep 06 14:49:36 EST 2016
'Bailey was arrested in Kensington, after being found on the street in his underpants, and was made an involuntary psychiatric patient by police.
Paramedic Michelle Brown told a committal hearing in the Melbourne Magistrates Court that Bailey was complaining about having poison in his veins.
"He was mumbling
about being Aristotle,
someone being in the Maribyrnong River," she said.
Ms Brown agreed to call Bailey by the name Aristotle, after the Greek philosopher, at his insistence.'
'Mental health suppression order dismissed'
'Bailey's defence lawyers this morning applied for a suppression order to ban any publication of the hearing, arguing he has a "complex constellation of mental health issues" and could become a target while in custody, which could result in him being moved to protective custody.
They argued this could put him at risk of self harm.
But the broad application was dismissed by Magistrate Franz Holzer, who instead supressed details about the nature of the injuries suffered by Ms Bailey.
The hearing continues.'
http://mobile.abc.net.au/news/2016-0...stotle/7819440Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all WSers.
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