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Inquest hears Jayden Penno-Tompsett bought $10,000 worth of drugs on ‘tick’ and lost half just hours before he disappeared on New Year’s Eve 2017 | Newcastle Herald

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RACHEL Penno has spent three years agonising over what fate befell her only child when he disappeared on New Year’s eve, 2017. On Tuesday the Newcastle mother told a Cairn’s inquest, into the sudden disappearance of her son Jayden “Jay” Penno-Tompsett in 2017, that she believes he was murdered. “I believe he’s been murdered,” she said. “I know he’s been murdered.” Ms Penno said police told her Jayden was travelling from Newcastle to Cairns with $10,000 worth of drugs to meet friends for a New Year’s Eve party, and on the way he smoked half and lost the other half. She said Jayden had recently lost his job in demolition and she understood he had bought the drugs…



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