An Adelaide female allegedly bludgeoned her mother-in-law to loss of life then explained to police they had been the victims of a violent residence invasion, a court docket has read.
Caroline Dela Rose Nilsson, 29, is on trial in the South Australian Supreme Courtroom charged with the murder of Myrna Nilsson, 57, at the residence they shared at Valley Perspective, north of Adelaide, on September 30, 2016.
Opening her scenario on Tuesday, prosecutor Emily Telfer SC said, on that night time, neighbours discovered Caroline Nilsson “moaning and groaning” exterior the residence about 10pm.
Police discovered the system of Myrna Nilsson on the laundry place floor and declared her lifeless at the scene, while the a few younger youngsters of Caroline and her partner, Myrna’s son Mark, were also in the residence.
Jurors read Caroline Nilsson explained to police two or a few adult males with “loud and angry voices” arrived