Wife to go on trial for murder

DAVID CLARKSON
Last updated 09:52 24/05/2013
Lucille Sarah Scollay
REMANDED: Lucille Sarah Scollay will stand trial for the murder of her husband.

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A Christchurch woman accused of murdering her husband at their St Albans home on February 10 has been committed to the High Court for trial.

Lucille Sarah Scollay, 44, a cleaner, was scheduled for her post-committal conference in the Christchurch District Court today.

She has been charged with murdering Guy Christian Scollay, 48, at an address in Edgeware Road.

Scollay, who was released on bail after an appeal to the High Court in early March, is now remanded to a pre-trial call-over in the High Court on July 19.

 

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