Seng Hong Mam, 35, appeared in Fairfield local court on Wednesday charged with the ride, which hit and killed 19-year-old Natasha Gadd on Sunday in Milperra, as she walked home with friends.
Mam was charged on Tuesday evening after a white Toyota Hilux was discovered by the police in a factory in St Peters, Sydney inner west, about 8.30 PM.
Natasha Gadd died on the side of the road after a collision with a ute at 4.30 PM in Milperra on Sunday. A rising soccer star, Ms Gadd was on my way home from a friend’s birthday in the town when she was killed.
She had just been selected as a goalkeeper in the St George Football Club premier league side and worked in two jobs to have enough money to save to travel to Thailand.
The police Prosecutor said had been organized before the court, Mam, have carried out the repairs, to hide the Hilux ute that allegedly ran Ms Gadd, his dedication.
Natasha Gadd was a rising soccer star.
Paramedics worked to save feverishly, Natasha’s life.
The court also heard Mam had nine previous bail violations, was driving on a suspended license at the time, and only shots to his role in the incident, after the police arrested him.
Judge Peter Miszalski said he would not grant bail to Mam, the AAP understands of Cambodia, because he was a flight risk.
To cover up “in the face of the loss of life and escape the scene, as well as safeguards any involvement, these are the essential questions,” Mr Miszalski said.
Her family were devastated to find that the driver allegedly returning to the scene 11 minutes after the collision with Ms Gadd, but a second time, without triple-0.
“Someone to beat and to come back for a look and still drive … it’s kind of like your left to die twice,” Natasha’s mother, char, main, Gadd told the Daily Telegraph.
“I hope that those who have (these) hands.”
The police said the vehicle has been seized and forums would undergo investigation.
Mam appears before Burwood local court on November 22.
— with Perry Duffin, AAP