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A police officer from the William Tyrrell Strike Force Rosann investigation team has alleged that the missing boy’s adoptive father has been caught “lying about something we can prove”.
The adoptive father has been charged with two counts of giving false or misleading evidence to the NSW Crime Commission. Details of exactly what he is referring to are not available.
Speaking on condition of anonymity, the strike force official told Nine newspapers that “we can prove” that the 54-year-old foster father, whose name is being withheld for legal reasons, had made a false statement.
The adoptive father pleaded not guilty to both charges.
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A police officer on the strike force investigating the disappearance of William Tyrrell has alleged that the missing boy’s 54-year-old adoptive father is “lying about something we can prove.”
Officer Strike Force Rosann, which was created to investigate the 2014 disappearance of 3-year-old William Tyrrell said detectives could prove the adoptive father had made a false statement.
The two charges against the adoptive father were unsealed Wednesday following a review of non-publication orders surrounding the case.
The case has been subject to strict suppression orders, but these were changed Wednesday morning at Sydney’s Downing Center Local Court.
William’s adoptive father and adoptive mother, 56, were charged in November 2021 in connection with the alleged assault on a child who is not William Tyrrell.
Both adoptive parents, whose identities are being withheld for legal reasons, have pleaded not guilty and have indicated they can apply to have the matter heard under the Mental Health Act.
Last month, William’s adoptive mother was charged with another count of common assault on a child, also unrelated to William, and her attorney has indicated that she will plead not guilty.
The Sydney couple were foster parents to the three-year-old boy when he disappeared from the town of Kendall, on the north coast of New South Wales, in September 2014.
The adoptive father of missing boy William Tyrrell has been charged with giving false or misleading evidence to the NSW Crime Commission.
William Tyrrell was being raised by the 54-year-old man and his wife, 56, at the time the 3-year-old boy disappeared from Kendall and was never seen again.
A new search for William’s remains in Kendall began at the same time and continued for four weeks.
Police, SES and rural firefighters along with Strike Force Rosann detectives spent four weeks late last year digging up a section of woods less than a kilometer from the house where William disappeared.
The adoptive mother denied any involvement in William’s disappearance and no charges have ever been filed against anyone.
William Tyrrell’s adoptive mother was charged with a second count of common assault last month involving a child who was not William, and her attorney has indicated she will plead not guilty.
Combing through bushes and digging with bulldozers, police searched along Batar Creek Road, Kendall, looking for William’s remains and remnants of the Spider-Man suit he was last seen wearing.
Police said William’s adoptive mother was seen driving down the road the morning the boy went missing.