Tony Rowe Darwin Man Missing – Tony Rowe A Darwin Man Goes Missing. One step has been taken forward in the inquiry into the disappearance of Tony Rowe, a man who was seen in Darwin for the last time before he vanished. Tony Rowe was last seen in May of the previous year in a pub located in the Northern Territory.
A man and a woman have been taken into custody in connection with Tony Rowe’s disappearance, which occurred after he was seen for the final time in that establishment. Since then, the man has been charged with one count of dangerous act leading to death, while the woman has been charged with giving false statements and deleting evidence. Both of these charges are related to the incident in question.
They will each have their turn in front of the judge at the Darwin Local Court on the 12th of July. Acting Deputy Commissioner Michael White stated that ever since Rowe went missing, the police have stayed in close contact with Rowe’s mother. This was confirmed by the acting deputy commissioner. After spending the night of May 28, 2022 at the Hibiscus Tavern in Leanyer, the 36-year-old was last seen in the city of Darwin’s Moulden neighborhood, which is part of the larger Moulden neighborhood.
A woman with the age of 21 and a man with the age of 29 were both extradited back to the territory from the state of Western Australia and the state of Queensland, respectively, earlier on in this month. Since two individuals were extradited earlier this month from another state, the particulars of the claims that have been presented against them can now be made public. The allegations in question were that the individuals were involved in illegal drug activity.