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Woman charged with MURDER after pinning a man to a wall with her car in Wentworth Point

Woman, 44, is charged with MURDER after allegedly pinning her ‘ex-partner’ to a wall with a Toyota Kluger in an apartment car park after an argument

  • A man died after being hit by a car and pinned against a brick wall on Saturday
  • The 31-year-old was fatally struck in a car park at units in Sydney’s Inner West
  • Police have now charged the 45-year-old female driver with the man’s murder
  • The pair were believed to have known each other, and were former partners 

A woman accused of deliberately pinning her estranged partner against a wall with a car in Sydney’s inner west has been charged with murder. 

Emergency services were called to a car park at a unit complex on Hill Road near Half Street, Wentworth Point just after 8.30pm on Saturday night.

They treated the 31-year-old man at the scene until New South Wales ambulance paramedics arrived, but he died a short time later. 

A woman accused of deliberately pinning a man against a wall with her car in Sydney’s inner west has been charged with murder (the car park pictured)

Emergency services were called to a car park at a unit complex (pictured) on Hill Road near Half Street, Wentworth Point just after 8.30pm on Saturday night

Emergency services were called to a car park at a unit complex (pictured) on Hill Road near Half Street, Wentworth Point just after 8.30pm on Saturday night

Police allege he got into an argument with a 44-year-old woman, believed to be his former partner, before she got in the vehicle and deliberately struck the man.

The man was pinned against a brick wall by the car, police say. 

The woman was arrested and taken to Concord Hospital under police guard for treatment for a fractured wrist, she also underwent mandatory testing.

She was later taken to Auburn Police Station and charged with murder. 

Officers from Auburn Police Area Command established a crime scene which was examined by specialist forensic police.

They then commenced an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the incident.  

The Quakers Hill woman was refused bail and is expected to appear before Parramatta Bail Court on Sunday. 

Police allege the pair got into an argument before the woman got in the vehicle and deliberately struck the man in the car park (pictured)

Police allege the pair got into an argument before the woman got in the vehicle and deliberately struck the man in the car park (pictured)

A woman accused of deliberately pinning a man against a wall with her car in Sydney's inner west has been charged with murder (stock image)

A woman accused of deliberately pinning a man against a wall with her car in Sydney’s inner west has been charged with murder (stock image)

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