Updated April 22, 2018 07:53:48 A man accused of driving drunk and killing a woman in Adelaide has been charged with murder.
Police said he is the first person charged in the case to face trial.
The 24-year-old man was arrested at a petrol station in Adelaide’s west last night.
He is due to face court on May 4.
A post-mortem examination will be held on June 2.
Mr Brown was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAS) for treatment.
The RAS said he was pronounced dead on arrival.
Mr Scott, of East Kimberley, has pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and is due back in court next month.
Mr Young, of the RAS, said police had not found any physical evidence to support the charges against Mr Scott.
He said the investigation was ongoing and it was not clear whether charges would be laid in the shooting.
Mr White said police were looking into whether Mr Scott was armed at the time of the incident.
The shooting happened at around 7:45pm last night at a service station in the town of Burleigh on the Sunshine Coast.
The victim was killed at the scene.
A short time later, another man who had been at the service station at the same time as the shooting was also shot dead.
The victims are both from Burleigh and were last seen in the area.
The first suspect, a 24–year old man from Burwood, has been detained at a nearby detention centre.
Police are also investigating whether the second man who was with the first suspect was the second shooter.
The other man has not been named.
Police have not released any information about the other men or the victims, including their ages.
The investigation into the shooting continues.