UPDATE: Two more charged over shooting murder

UPDATE April 23 2018 9.30am | A woman has turned herself in to Police in relation to the shooting death of a man, north of Brisbane.

24-year-old Jacob Bell died on Friday morning, hours after being shot in the chest at a unit in Petrie.

It’s alleged he had gone to the Young Street property with the intention of resolving a dispute with resident, Luke Cunningham.


Instead, Cunningham allegedly opened fire, fatally wounding Mr Bell.

The 21-year-old was charged with murder and burglary and remanded in custody to reappear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on June 11.

Police have since confirmed that late on Sunday afternoon, a young woman turned herself in.

“A 19-year-old Petrie woman voluntarily attended a police station, where she was taken into custody and subsequently charged with accessory after the fact to murder,” Police said in a statement.

Following that, a 22-year-old Enoggera man was also taken into custody at a police station on Sunday night.

“He has also been charged with accessory after the fact to murder.”

The man and woman are both due to appear in the Pine Rivers Magistrates Court today.


EARLIER April 20 2018 6.50am | A man has died after being shot in the chest at a unit block in Petrie, north of Brisbane.

Emergency services were called to the complex on Young Street in the Moreton Bay suburb just after midnight, following reports of a shooting.

A 24-year-old man was treated at the scene for a serious gunshot wound to his chest before being transported to the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital in a critical condition.

Police have this morning confirmed he passed away overnight.

Detectives have now commenced a homicide investigation into the incident.

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