Teenagers Rachel Wade and Sarah Ludemann hated each others guts. They were both in what they thought was a relationship with a guy named Josh Camacho, who encouraged them to fight over over him. Their feud started on social media then escalated to threatening phone calls and culminated in a violent confrontation that would leave one of them dead.
A dispute over a fence line between neighbours, Kevin Skeyhill and Darren Lorke, escalated when punches were thrown. Alcohol and some covert surveillance exasperated the situation to the point where a fake gun and knife led to murder.
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Sources: When Darren Met Kevin: LORKE v THE QUEEN  SASCFC 147 (22 November 2019). abc.net.au: Man jailed for at least 20 years for murdering his neighbour over bitter fencing dispute By Rebecca Opie, 4 Feb 2019. Blue Mountains Gazette: SA murderer loses bid for special sentence by Kathryn Bermingham, 4 Feb 2019. The Advertiser, Man charged with murder after Kevin Skeyhill fatally stabbed in Tungkillo by Elizabeth Henson, September 14, 2017. Cairns Post: Darren Lorke to stand trial for alleged murder over fatal ambush of Kevin Skeyhill by Sean Fewster, July 6, 2018.