A Queensland male has been charged with murdering his comparison hermit during a Sunshine Coast home after allegedly stabbing him.
Police and paramedics were called to a retard of units in Hamilton Street, Buderim, during 9.50pm on Wednesday following reports of a disturbance.
Police found a WA man, 61, with gash wounds to his top body.
He was taken to a Sunshine Coast University Hospital in a vicious condition though died early on Thursday.
A neighbour, who pronounced he before worked as a medic for a counterclaim force in Afghanistan, pronounced he jumped a blockade and treated a male after a stabbing.
The harmed man’s brother, 57, from Buderim on a Sunshine Coast, was arrested during a scene.
The plant is believed to have trafficked from WA to Buderim in a final few days to attend his brother’s wedding, Detective Sergeant Chris Easton from a Sunshine Coast Criminal Investigation Branch told media today.
Police pronounced currently “an evidence occurred between a dual parties that resulted in a earthy rumpus and as a outcome of that a plant has postulated mixed gash wounds to a top body”.
The plant and a purported delinquent were not formerly famous to police.
Two other people were benefaction during a time of a purported attack. They did not means injuries during a purported attack.
Detective Sergeant Easton pronounced a village of Buderim was a pacific area, like many of a Sunshine Coast.
“For someone to have a family member who dies underneath these resources is positively tragic,” pronounced Detective Sergeant Easton.
“But of march for someone’s relations to be arrested and charged with that offence, we can usually suppose a suspense that compounds for a family and friends of a victim.”
The man, 57, was progressing charged with one count of murder and will face a Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Thursday.