Alev Oncu, 28, is charged with destroying crucial evidence after Doonside murder of Craig Anderson

Lawyer, 28, is accused of ‘destroying crucial evidence’ for her client who was charged over the bikie-related murder of a Sydney ice dealer, 51

  • Alev Oncu, 28, has been charged with accessory after the fact to murder  
  • Police allege she destroyed ‘crucial evidence’ after killing of Craig Anderson, 51
  • He is believed to have been an ice dealer who was killed following a dispute 
  • Oncu is the seventh person to be charged over the killing in May 2019

A Sydney solicitor has been charged after she allegedly destroyed evidence connected to the murder of a suspected ice dealer.

Alev Oncu, 28, a criminal lawyer from Blacktown in Sydney’s western suburbs, was arrested on Thursday morning as she stood beside a white BMW sedan.

Police allege Oncu ‘assisted in disposing of critical evidence’ for her client who has been charged with the murder of Craig Anderson, in May this year.

Mr Anderson, an ice dealer, was shot four times outside his Blacktown home, on May 27, and died at the scene.

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Alev Oncu (pictured) was charged with destroying crucial evidence following the murder of Craig Anderson, 51

The 28-year-old criminal lawyer had connections to one of the six men charged over the killing

Alev Oncu (pictured) was charged with destroying crucial evidence following the murder of Craig Anderson, 51. The 28-year-old criminal lawyer had connections to one of the six men charged over the killing

Oncu has been refused bail and will appear at Blacktown Local Court later on Thursday

Oncu has been refused bail and will appear at Blacktown Local Court later on Thursday

Six men have been charged over his death and remain before the courts. 

Oncu was charged with accessory after the fact to murder, and tamper with evidence with intent to mislead judicial tribunal.

‘Police will allege in court that the woman destroyed evidence in connection to the murder,’ NSW Police said in a statement.    

Craig Anderson (pictured) was killed in gunfire in May

Craig Anderson (pictured) was killed in gunfire in May

Oncu graduated from the University of Western Sydney in 2016, and was working for National Criminal Lawyers Sydney. 

Her professional profile says she is ‘particularly passionate about ensuring her clients achieve the best results in the quickest time possible’.

‘Alev will make sure your case is dealt with professionally and with a standard that is second to none,’ the profile reads.   

Oncu was refused bail and will appear at Blacktown Local Court on Thursday.

Oncu (left) was arrested outside a home in Blacktown after she pulled up in her BMW (pictured)

Oncu (left) was arrested outside a home in Blacktown after she pulled up in her BMW (pictured)

 

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