A man has been charged with domestic violence offences after being arrested as part of investigations into a single-car crash that killed a woman and three boys in the New South Wales Riverina.
- A 36-year-old woman and three boys aged 10, 11 and 12 died in the crash
- A man has been charged with domestic violence offences but no charges have been laid over the crash
- Police were told the door of a home was kicked in and a resident threatened minutes before the crash
Police were told the rear door of a home in Yanco, near Leeton, was allegedly kicked in and a resident threatened shortly after 11pm on Tuesday.
About 15 minutes later, a car travelling along Research Road crashed, killing a 36-year-old woman and three boys aged 10, 11 and 12.
Police said the occupants died before emergency services arrived at the scene.
Police believe the car landed on its roof in a water channel after crashing into a pole and rolling down an embankment at the intersection of Research Road and Toorak Road.
As part of inquiries officers arrested a 32-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman at a unit in nearby Griffith on Wednesday morning.
No charges have been laid over the crash but the man has been charged with stalking and intimidating, and aggravated break and enter.
He will appear before Griffith Local Court on Thursday.
The woman was later released without charge pending further investigations.