Parents reassured over 'very rare' disease

Health officials have reassured Australian parents over coronavirus-related Kawasaki disease, which has been linked to deaths of children in the USA.

Parents reassured over 'very rare' disease

Health officials have reassured Australian parents over coronavirus-related Kawasaki disease, which has been linked to deaths of children in the USA.

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Handcuffed fugitive's crude gesture after arrest

Police have charged Ricardo Barbaro, the man wanted over the murder of Melbourne mother Ellie Price.

Handcuffed fugitive's crude gesture after arrest

Police have released arrest footage of fugitive Ricardo Barbaro, the man wanted over the murder of Melbourne mother Ellie Price.

The 33-year-old was arrested in the early hours of this morning, found hiding in the penthouse of an apartment block in Sydney's west.

Detectives raided the apartment block at Amalfi Drive in Wentworth Point just before 11pm yesterday.

He gestured rudely to the camera, sticking up his middle finger.

Heavily armed officers bashed down the door of one apartment but found it empty.

Mr Barbaro was arrested in the penthouse a short time later after a scuffle and taken into police custody just after midnight.

He was taken to Concord Hospital for treatment for minor injuries and has now been charged with apprehension on a warrant issued in another state.

Mr Barbaro was refused bail at Parramatta Local Court and police confirmed they are not investigating anyone else in relation to the murder.

"Whilst the pandemic continues, that policing also goes on in a whole range of areas right across this state. It is a good outcome for that investigation," NSW Police Deputy Commissioner Gary Warboys said today.

Ricardo Barbaro and Melbourne mum Ellie Price.

Victorian detectives are currently en route to Sydney to collect Mr Barbaro under an extradition order.

Ms Price's body was discovered in her South Melbourne apartment on May 4.

Police said they believed the 26-year-old suffered "a significant assault" about a week before her body was discovered.

"She may have been in those premises for a number of days, perhaps up to five days," Victoria Police Detective Inspector Tim Day said this week.

He confirmed Barbaro and Ms Price had been in an on-off relationship since about October 2019 and asked anyone who may have been in the area of Park and Ferrars Streets around the time of her death to contact police if they have information.

Ms Price's Mercedes was found in nearby Diggers Rest last week and police urged anyone who may be harbouring Barbaro to come forward.

"My warning is to those people that they do not want to put themselves in jeopardy of an accessory charge by harbouring him or assisting him during this time," Det. Insp. Day said earlier.

Mr Barbaro is the brother of Sydney underworld boss Pasquale Timothy Barbaro, 35, who was gunned down in 2016.

His grandfather Peter Pasquale Barbaro was also gunned down in Brisbane in 1990 while his cousin Pasquale Barbaro was killed alongside underworld figure Jason Moran while watching a children's football training session in 2003.

Barbaro's uncle - another Pasquale Barbaro, from Griffith in NSW - was the kingpin in the world's biggest ecstasy bust in 2007. He was sentenced in Melbourne to 30 years in jail in 2012.

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