Mariah Johns of Kubalia, Yangoru-Saussia district, East Sepik Province was arraigned in court today for one charge of willful murder.
She currently remains in police custody and is expected to move a bail application at the National Court.
Johns is alleged to have been involved in a police raid that led to the shooting at Tatana village on January 17, 2015. She is expected back in court on May 6.
Meanwhile her three co-accuseds’ Ian Gunawi of East Sepik Province, Philip Pokop of Manus and Lawrence Sausau have been in and out of court since last year. The three are on a National Court bail.
Police investigations in this case are still on-going.