By Jeremy Sollars
A woman charged with the murder of Warwick toddler Connor Horan has had her case mentioned in the Warwick Magistrates Court today, Wednesday 6 May.
Lisa Rose Halcrow, 40, was charged in February of this year with one count each of murder and assault causing grievous bodily harm.
The charges followed a police investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of two year old Connor Horan in Warwick in August 2018.
The charges were first heard in the Warwick Magistrates Court in late February. Halcrow’s case was today adjourned for further mention on Monday 10 August 2020 and she remains remanded in custody. She has not yet been required to enter a plea.
Police have alleged Halcrow was caring for Connor Horan as a baby-sitter at the time of his death on August 19 2018, when the boy was taken to Warwick Hospital where he was declared deceased.