Today, we are going to share some great shocking news. A terrible event involving a three-year-old boy and his father is believed to have occurred just a few years before the boy’s mother passed away. The mother of a young boy who was discovered dead at a residence in south-west Sydney had died “a couple of years ago”, according to police, and the boy’s father is now believed to have killed the child. At 4 o’clock Wednesday, emergency personnel flocked to a condominium complex on Washington Avenue in Riverwood after receiving a call from police. Officers found the deceased youth inside the unit when they arrived too late for him.
3-year-old boy stabbed to death
Also at the scene was a 45-year-old man who was seriously injured. He received attention from paramedics before being rushed to hospital. The injuries are believed to have been self-inflicted. According to The Daily Telegraph, the man is the boy’s father and will be charged by authorities with killing the child. No charges have yet been filed. According to Superintendent Sheridan Waldau, a woman who lives in the apartment and is related to the man called 000 to express her concerns. She is not the mother of the boy, who, according to Superintendent Waldau, passed away “a couple of years ago.” He claimed that the woman who raised the alarm “normally” resides alone in the apartment and that authorities believe the young woman herself had lived with the 45-year-old man.
According to Superintendent Waldau, the event was “very traumatic” for those present. It is clear that this was a terrible tragedy. We send our condolences to the boy’s extended family because any event involving a young child is terrible in nature, the speaker stated. Unfortunately, the police respond to domestic violence cases frequently. Every year, we respond to 140,000 events, and sadly, some of them result in homicides. It’s a job police officers hate to do. Upon arriving at the site, some of the child’s relatives expressed being “very upset” by the situation. The police are already talking to them.
According to The Daily Telegraph, mourning relatives were crying near the apartment. One could be heard yelling, “Oh my God, oh my God, no, no, no.” The current partner of the 45-year-old man, who was not there when the event occurred, is also wanted by the Police. Crowds gathered outside the apartment building, and the street was lined with ambulances and police cars. Jodie Harrison, the minister responsible for women’s affairs and the prevention of sexual assault and domestic violence, made a moving appeal during Thursday’s question period. Each person has a responsibility to end gender inequality and violence against women, she said. The fight to end the daily plague of domestic and family violence will be an uphill battle as long as tolerance of violence against women and children in any form persists in our community. So, keep an eye on PKB news.