Nat fyfe named captain of fremantle dockers aflay
By JOHN NELSON
The crew of a fremantle dock ship are still suffering after a man’s head washed up on a beach at Port Melbourne and was pulled ashore by an Australian Red Cross officer.
The man, identified only as John Nelson, 42, is now facing charges of drowning while attempting to extricate himself from the water.
After spending time in hospital, John was taken to the port police station to face charges including: attempting to extricate himself from water by drowning; dangerous and reckless conduct; attempting to escape by drowning.
He was remanded in custody with bail to be set at $25,000 in a Perth court later on Monday.
His family are believed to be shocked to learn of the man’s death.
„He (Nelson)카지노 사이트 seemed normal. He just wasn’t. It’s just very sad,“ his sister, Sandra, told PerthNow.
N예스카지노elson’s co바카라usin, Brian, told ABC radio that the dockers would not speak publicly on the incident.
„Obviously we have been in contact with the authorities, but unfortunately we won’t be able to go and speak with them at this time.
„We understand some information, but we understand that they are keeping the matter, as it is a tragic incident.“
Brian said the family was heartbroken to learn the news of the man’s death.
„He was an amazing individual. He was very laid back and there was nothing suspicious in him,“ he said.
„It’s just sad really. I feel for all the people involved, but at the same time it doesn’t give us too much to talk about.
„We really hope they get justice for this really tragic situation.“
While there had been no reports of foul play, there were concerns the man was on drugs when he was pulled out of the water.
A police spokesman said they had received several reports of suspected drug dealing, and a search had been carried out in the area, but had not found anything.
A search is expected to be carried out when John returns home.
„They will go through every bit of information they can find to try and find out how this happened. We are just going to hold off and let the family sort it out for him,“ Mr Cook said.
„I’m concerned about him but at the same time this is still a tragedy.