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Brayden Dillon, 15, was shot in the head as he slept in his family's Glenfield home after a gunman smashed his way in through the front door early on Good Friday.
It is believed Brayden, who died in The Children's Hospital in Westmead hours after he was shot in April, may have been killed in retaliation for his brother's alleged involvement in a brawl and fatal stabbing at Panania in June 2016.
Shortly before midnight on Monday, the 26-year-old man was arrested in Seven Hills, and was later charged with murder.
William Tyrrell's placement in foster care was always intended to be permanent, according to a new report.
The young boy's mother - who was revealed this week as Karlie Tyrrell (pictured left and top right)) - was also believed to have known of the intention for the arrangement.