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Old 04-22-2015, 05:28 PM
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Electrical items.....things with cords.
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Electrical items.....things with cords.
or things that cause electrocution...like in water
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Old 04-22-2015, 05:34 PM
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or things that cause electrocution...like in water
Maybe,I didnt think of that.
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Not far from the Jacaranda-lined streets that zigzag north from the historic Grafton Bridge, is a double-storey home — Mrs Edwards’ home.

Unlike the traditional worker’s cottages synonymous with Grafton, the Riverdale Court home is modern with a distinctive pale yellow paint.

Several months before she vanished, Mrs Edwards had moved out of the Lawrence home in Neill Street, the family home she had shared with her husband of more than 30 years, John Edwards.

The separation was not common knowledge and the couple had been careful to protect their ongoing relationship as parents.

Mr Edwards — a former primary school teacher — continued to make regular visits.

Before dramatic police searches of his properties this week, Mr Edwards had told The Daily Telegraph he visited Mrs Edwards’ home “every second day”.

In fact, neighbours claim they saw Mr Edwards at the home more than his estranged wife.

“It was quite strange. I saw him there at the house probably more times than I saw her. They’d had the place for a few months and kept to themselves but you saw them coming and going,” she said.

Mr Edwards was one of the last people to see his wife before she disappeared.

The 58-year-old has struggled to cope with the searches and a string of weapons charges and yelled at media to “go away” during the week.

His behaviour has worried those close to him as he struggles to sleep.

The gaunt man, who wears a black wide-brimmed hat, began painting his missing wife’s Grafton home last week.

Within seven days, he had almost painted the property on his own.


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In the days after he made the plea, Mr Edwards approached police and allegedly told them he had stashed semiautomatic rifles and pump-action shotguns in bushland around Grafton.

As he appeared in Grafton Local Court on Monday facing five counts of unregistered/unlicensed firearms, unrelated to his wife’s disappearance,

police launched one of the biggest police operations in Grafton history.

Strike Force Burrow — a joint operation between the Coffs-Clarence Local Area Command and homicide squad — executed search warrants at the Grafton and Lawrence homes owned by Mr and Mrs Edwards and a vacant block of land.

Over three days, specialist police divers scoured riverbeds and creeks at Carrs Creek and dams on the vacant block, a cadaver dog and blood detection dog searched homes, officers dug up garden beds, forensic officers took samples and electronic equipment was seized.

SES volunteers conducted line searches on the vacant block at Lawrence and cars belonging to Mr and Mrs Edwards were searched twice.



http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...-1227318982691



John Edwards appears at Grafton courthouse on firearm charges. These charges are unrelated to the disappearance of Sharon Edwards. Picture: Frank Redward
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Old 04-24-2015, 04:42 PM
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In fact, neighbours claim they saw Mr Edwards at the home more than his estranged wife.

“It was quite strange. I saw him there at the house probably more times than I saw her. They’d had the place for a few months and kept to themselves but you saw them coming and going,” she said.

Mr Edwards was one of the last people to see his wife before she disappeared.

http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...-1227318982691
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His lady lawyer gives me the willies.
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THE estranged husband of missing Grafton woman Sharon Edwards has been jailed for firearms offences after police uncovered his gun stash.

In April, less than a month after Mrs Edwards' disappearance, John Edwards handed over a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun to Grafton police and told them he had hidden firearms around Grafton.

As reported by AAP, the former primary school teacher directed police to two other firearms, a sawn-off bolt action rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun and 70 shotgun shells hidden in bushland and near waterways around Grafton.


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THE estranged husband of missing Grafton woman Sharon Edwards has been jailed for firearms offences after police uncovered his gun stash.

In April, less than a month after Mrs Edwards' disappearance, John Edwards handed over a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun to Grafton police and told them he had hidden firearms around Grafton.

As reported by AAP, the former primary school teacher directed police to two other firearms, a sawn-off bolt action rifle, a 12-gauge shotgun and 70 shotgun shells hidden in bushland and near waterways around Grafton.


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I am happy to hear this and I hope he talks and tells LE where Sharon is.
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Old 10-10-2015, 06:01 PM
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I dont know why he needed all those rifles.
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The estranged husband of missing Grafton school teacher Sharon Edwards has been named as a suspect in her disappearance and presumed murder, New South Wales Police have confirmed.

Homicide detectives said they confirmed Ms Edwards, 55, was last seen by her husband John Edwards about 10:30pm on Saturday, March 14 last year, at her home in Grafton.

At the time of her disappearance police said it was unexpected and out of character and they held grave fears for her.

Detective Inspector Darren Jameson said the nature of the couple's last meeting was of great importance to the investigation.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-03-1...uspect/7257448
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No surprise there.
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Finally, he's been arrested. I heard a blurb on the radio a while ago and thought it was about this case but only caught the tail end of the report. Couldn't remember her name and it just slipped my mind until today. Thank goodness for google: http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-...93232d4e40102d
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I wish he'd just confess, so those boys can have some sort of closure. How awful.
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