Each count against her carries a maximum 10-year prison sentence.
Police investigating a major Australian strawberry needle contamination scare that sparked nationwide panic on Monday identified a former farm supervisor as their main suspect.
My Ut Trinh, who faces up to 10 years in jail if convicted, was motivated by a workplace grievance, Brisbane court hears
Australia’s strawberry industry, worth A$160 million, was rocked in September after nearly 200 complaints were made of sewing needles found in strawberries and other fruits.
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A 50-YEAR-OLD woman who was employed as a Queensland farm worker faces court accused of sparking the country's strawberry contamination scare.
Australian police on Sunday arrested and charged a 50-year-old woman with contaminating strawberries with needles.
A 50-year-old woman charged with contamination of strawberries is due to face a Brisbane court this morning. The crisis involved needles being discovered in strawberries across the country.
The first person charged over the strawberry needle crisis is due to face a Brisbane court after spending the night behind bars.