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Woman granted bail in SA murder case

AAP logoAAP 9/09/2016

An Adelaide woman who allegedly assisted three men charged with murder has been granted bail, but her co-accused will remain in custody.

The woman, who can't be identified, came before the Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday where she was granted home detention bail with strict conditions, including electronic monitoring.

The 28-year-old is charged with assisting an offender in relation to the 2012 murder of Jayson Doelz who was bashed and stabbed before his body was dumped at Kersbrook in the Adelaide Hills.

It's alleged she helped clean the house where Mr Doelz was first assaulted, with her counsel arguing her actions were prompted by fear for her own safety.

Two men charged with the murder previously made applications for home detention bail.

One had his application refused on Friday while the other withdrew his bid to be released, but may bring it back on at a later date.

A third man has not applied for bail, with all four defendants ordered to appear in court again on November 15 for declarations to be provided.

The court previously heard Mr Doelz was assaulted at a home in Pooraka, in Adelaide's north, before being bundled into the boot of a car and driven to the Adelaide Hills, where he briefly escaped before being killed on the side of a road.

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