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  •   Home > News > National > Auckland

    A High Court jury in Auckland's heard the 111 call of a man charged with murdering his mother- by hitting her with a hammer

    A High Court jury in Auckland's heard the 111 call of a man charged with murdering his mother- by hitting her with a hammer


    Martin Joseph Matthew Marinovich is charged with murdering Noeleen Marinovich, on February 7 last year.

    In the police call, made early on February 8, Marinovich admitted attacking his mother.

    He says he snapped - and couldn't believe what happened.

    The Crown alleges Marinovich murdered his mother after likely arguing with her in the home they shared in Oratia.

    Marinovich denies the murder charge.

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