A woman accused of helping a fugitive evade police for more than 24 hours at Wallaroo, on South Australia's Yorke Peninsula, has been granted home detention bail.
Ashlee Ida Pfennig, who has not yet pleaded to two counts of assisting an offender and one of breaching bail, appeared before Adelaide Magistrates Court on Friday.
The court heard she approached the police forward command centre and drove fugitive Jake Dohnt away from Wallaroo while police were looking for him.
It is alleged an officer heard her say "it's the police - go, go, go" before she and Dohnt were apprehended.
During her police interview, the court heard, Pfennig tried to delete the record of calls from Dohnt by smashing her phone against a table, and told officers "I hope you get shot".
Numerous houses and other properties at Wallaroo were searched during the hunt for Dohnt, which began after he allegedly brandished a fake gun at police officers.
At one point they declared part of the town a dangerous area, preventing locals from leaving or returning to their homes.
Magistrate Paul Foley on Friday placed Pfennig on strict conditions to reappear before the court in November.