Police were called to a home in Annerley, only south of Brisbane’s CBD only before midnight on Tuesday.
Police found a man, 24, with life-threatening injures on a pavement during Junction Terrace in Annerley.
Paramedics attempted to revitalise a man, though he was incompetent to be saved and died during a scene.
He is believed to have been stabbed in a chest with a vast kitchen knife, according to The Courier Mail.
Police have now charged a woman, 24, with a murdering following a genocide of a immature man.
A neighbour who lives directly conflicting a home told The Courier Mail a lady graphic in media reports aiding military was not famous to them.
“We saw a lady in a blue (forensic evidence) fit on TV being taken for questioning, though we’ve never seen her on a travel before,” Tee Phillip said.
“It’s indeed a second time military have come to this travel now since we had someone try to mangle into a residence progressing today.”
Police Inspector Daniel Bragg told 9 News this morning a male “had a poignant gash wound to his chest. Police immediately commenced CPR and continued to perform CPR until a ambulance arrived.”
Emergency crews worked on a male for about 30 minutes.
“There was a womanlike during a stage who is now aiding military with their inquiries,” Insp Bragg pronounced progressing today.
The lady was progressing taken into custody, and she was aiding police. Police have now announced that a woman, 24, has been charged with murder.
“A crime stage was declared, and dilettante officers are operative during a site via a day,” Queensland Police pronounced in a statement.
Junction Road has been sealed between Ipswich Road and King Street. Motorists are suggested to equivocate to area.
Investigators are appealing for anyone who saw a male and lady walking together, or separately, along Junction Terrace and Ipswich Road between 6pm and midnight final night to hit police.
Anyone in a area with CCTV or dashcam is also urged to come forward.
— with AAP