Maddison Day, the woman accused of helping alleged murderer Darren Butler avoid police capture for almost two weeks, will remain behind bars until at least next week.
Day, 22, was arrested at her Haywards Bay home on Tuesday morning and charged with being an accessory after the fact to murder amid allegations she aided Butler while he was on the run from police over a fuel tanker crash at Albion Park Rail on May 18 that killed Daniel Merrett.
Day was expected to apply for bail in Wollongong Local Court on Wednesday however her lawyer, Tony Williamson, asked for the case to be adjourned for a week.
The exact nature of the alleged help offered to Butler is yet to be publicly revealed, however charge sheets say Day "maintained and assisted" Butler for almost two weeks, "knowing the said, Darren Butler, to have committed the serious indictable offence, to wit, murder, on the 18/05/2019".
Day is the sixth person to be charged over the fatal crash, which saw Mr Merrett killed instantly when the Ford Territory he was a passenger in slammed into the fuel tanker at an estimated speed of about 160km/h.
The Territory's driver Kayleen Merrett, and fellow passengers Jakaya Clulow and Thomas Johnson were seriously injured in the crash.
Police will allege the Territory was being pursued by a Toyota Corolla containing Butler, Andrew Russell and Holly Green following an earlier confrontation between the two groups at a Cringila service station over Mr Johnson's unpaid debt to Green's brother.
It is alleged Butler and Russell fired a number of shots at the Territory as it fled. They have both been charged with murder.
Green has been charged with attempted aggravated armed robbery, while Matthew Ryan and Holy Powers are facing accessory to murder charges amid allegations they too helped Butler during his time on the run from police.
All six cases will return to court on July 17.