A man accused of killing his former partner at her family's
South Auckland home last month has made his second court
Karl Eddy, charged with murdering Alicia Jordana McCallion,
appeared in Manukau District Court today.
The 39-year-old Manurewa man showed no emotion as he stood in
His lawyer Marie Dyhrberg sought image suppression of her
client, which was granted by Judge G Davis.
Eddy was remanded in custody and is due back in court later
The 23-year-old hairdresser's body was found by her mother in
a sleepout at the family's south Auckland home on December
She had spoken to a family member at 8.30pm the night before
she was killed.
It is understood she was found lying on the floor by the door
of the sleep-out, which is attached to the family's Cotton
Place home but has its own outside door.