White Lady Funerals will conduct the service at Dutton Park, Baker St, adjacent to the football oval on the western side of town, from 11.30am.
A man has been charged with the triple murder. He was remanded in custody and his identity suppressed.
Anyone who came to this site in search of information is asked to consider the sole surviving family member of this tragic event. A trust fund has been set up for this lad, and I ask those that are able to contact the fund and donate and help him as he bravely starts to rebuild his life.
Donations can be sent to the
Christopher Rowe Trust Fund,
PO Box 58, Tanunda 5352.
For details contact Tamara Meyers on 8653 3357 or after hours on 0422 564 272, or email rowebenefit@bvgroup. net.au
Owner of Aussie Criminals
Update I have been reading some papers from SA and it seems the name is out and about through that wonderful medium called Social Networking, of which most people are most familiar through facebook! With the next court hearing for this fellow not until Feb 2011, a suppression order will be all but useless within days let alone months. It is out there, so I will report on what I read and see here.
The 18yr old arrested in Kipunda for the murders of Andrew and Rose Rowe, and their daughter Chantelle, is 18yr old Jason Alexander Downie. Here is a grab from the Wimmera Mail Times
The identity of a man accused of murdering three family members at Kapunda last week was suppressed in court on Wednesday, but many people knew more details from postings on the social networking site, Facebook.
Whilst we do NOT want this mongrel getting off on some crap defence claim of a prejudicial jury or something if it gets that far the news is out there.This is the world we live in, instant access to the news in our lives. Hopefully a confession and guilty plea will fix that up.Stay tuned and I will give more as soon as I can. (thanks for your understanding on this issue)
- Teenager arrested over Kapunda triple murder (aussiecriminals.wordpress.com)
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- Police call for help on Kapunda murders (news.theage.com.au)