William Tyrrell’s foster mother is found NOT guilty of lying to NSW Crime Commission


William Tyrrell’s foster mum is found NOT guilty of lying to the Crime Commission – a day after top detective alleged she ‘knows’ where the missing toddler is: ‘We know why, we know how’

William Tyrrell’s foster mother has been found not guilty of lying to the top secret NSW Crime Commission a day after a senior detective accused her of knowing where the missing toddler is. 

The 57-year-old woman showed little emotion as she was cleared of the charge in a Sydney court on Friday surrounded by supporters including former police detective Gary Jubelin, who led the search for William for years. 

It comes after a senior detective told the Downing Centre Local Court on Thursday that he believes she knows where William is. 

The court also heard another officer told the foster mum – who cannot be identified for legal reasons – ‘we know why, we know how’. 

William disappeared from his foster grandmother’s home in Kendall, on the NSW north coast, on September 12, 2014. 

He has not been seen since. 

The foster mother was charged with one count of giving false or misleading evidence to the NSW Crime Commission. 

The foster mother was secretly grilled by the commission in November 2021. 

The court heard evidence that the foster mother had misled the crime commission about an alleged incident where a little girl was injured by a wooden spoon.

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