A WOMAN has pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of a Logan mother, whose charred remains were found on the side of a dirt road in northern NSW.
Sabrina Bremer’s badly burnt body was found by a passing motorist at Pollards Road, North Tumbulgum, on August 18, 2016.
The 34-year-old was last seen alive two days before her body was found, and a motorist admitted to initially thinking her body was a burning log.
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Her car was found in Woodridge around five days later.
A few weeks later, police charged Rachel Angala Wheatley and her partner Joshua Mundy over Ms Bremer’s death.
Another man was also charged over his involvement.
However, in the Brisbane Supreme Court on Wednesday, Wheatley was convicted of the lesser charge of manslaughter and interfering with Ms Bremer’s corpse.
Mundy has pleaded guilty to being an accessory.