The accused murderer, who was found naked after allegedly stabbing a stranger in a raging knife attack, denies the murder of the "beautiful and friendly" 30-year-old
- Jesse John de Beaux is accused of having killed Cara Hales (30) on her property in Münster
- He was declared negotiable and joined an innocent confession on Wednesday
- De Beaux is reported to have left a mental hospital the day before the knife stab
A 24-year-old man found bare and disoriented after allegedly murdering a woman he didn't know in semi-rural Perth is brought to justice.
Jesse John de Beaux is accused of having killed Cara Hales (30) on her property in Münster on December 28, 2018.
A review of the procedures at Graylands Hospital was ordered after a volunteer patient, de Beaux, reportedly left the facility the day before the fatal knife stab.
Jesse John de Beaux is accused of having killed Cara Hales (picture), 30, on December 28, 2018 in her property in Münster
De Beaux (pictured) is said to have left a psychiatric facility the day before Ms. Hales' alleged death. A check was ordered in the psychiatric facility
Robyn Lawrence, chief executive of the North Metropolitan Health Service, did not comment on the case, but said that day leave and reintegration into the community were part of a clinical patient's clinical management plan.
Notification to the police is only required if there is a clinical risk to a volunteer patient or other person, said Dr. Lawrence.
"A thorough psychological assessment to determine a patient's risk to themselves and others is done before a patient is given leave or released by the mental health care assessment team," she said in a statement in January.
In January, Ms. Hales' friends and family honored her during a funeral in Bunbury, The Western Australian reported.
"It was never boring when she was around, she was so beautiful inside and out and had the most infectious laugh and the wildest stories," said friend Mandy Goodwin.
Bek Taylor, another friend, said she was grateful to be able to call Ms. Hales a friend.
De Beaux made a non-guilty plea to the Magistrates Court in Stirling Gardens on Wednesday after he was declared negotiable. His alleged victim is shown
She said: "Your big smile, your infectious laugh and your ability to illuminate every room are sorely missed, but always remembered well," she wrote.
Ms. Hales & # 39; cousin Kym Smith said, "Words cannot describe how I feel right now" when she shared her own tribute.
De Beaux made a non-guilty plea to the Magistrates Court in Stirling Gardens on Wednesday and will appear before the Supreme Court for the first time on January 20.
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