Alienated husband of ‘beautiful angel’ whose body was found under her house ‘attempted suicide in a car accident’ moments after allegedly murdering one mother’s loving mother
- A woman’s estranged husband has been charged with murder in Melbourne
- Elaine Pandilovski’s body was found by police under her Mill Park house on Tuesday
- 45-year-old Zoran Pandilovski was charged with murder on Wednesday after a car accident
- The couple were high school sweethearts and had an autistic 10-year-old son
A woman’s estranged husband has been charged with murder after her body was discovered under her home in Melbourne’s northern suburbs.
Elaine Pandilovski, 44, was found dead in Mill Park on Tuesday around 9:30 pm during a welfare check at her home.
Zoran Pandilovsky, 45, was arrested the following day after he was involved in a frontal car accident, which investigators suspect was a deliberate act of killing himself.
Zoran Pandilovski has been charged with the murder of his estranged wife. In the photo: Elaine and Zoran Pandilovski
Elaine Pandilovski’s body (photo) was discovered after police conducted a welfare check-up at Mill Park on Tuesday at 9:30 PM at home
Family of the special education teacher, who also cared for her 10-year-old son with autism, described Mrs. Pandilovski as a “beautiful angel.”
“My beautiful cousin, words cannot explain how we feel now. Your life has been taken from us and we couldn’t help it … I always love you, life will never be the same, our hearts will never be the same, ‘Pandilovsky’s aunt wrote on social media.
“Rest in peace my beautiful angel.”
The couple was a high school sweetheart and had been together for 15 years.
But according to the neighbors, they were recently divorced and Mr. Pandilovski lived in the nearby suburb of Epping.
Neighbors said that Ms. Pandilovski was a devoted mother and lived in the single storey house with the couple’s son, Thomas.
Elaine Pandilovski and Zoran Pandilovski (photo) were sweethearts in high school. They had a son together
Ms Pandilovsky’s aunt shared a heartbreaking message about the loss of a ‘beautiful, caring and compassionate’ woman
Mr. Pandilovski had been to the house earlier today to pick up a broken Ipad or computer, the Herald Sun. reported.
Thomas was staying at his grandmother’s house when his mother’s body was discovered by the police.
“She was the most beautiful person in the world. She was caring, compassionate … did everything for everyone, “said the aunt.
“She was more my best friend … more like a sister than a niece. I did everything to her. ‘
A local resident described the woman and her son as ‘good people’.
Detectives (pictured on Wednesday) are seen leaving the grounds of Mill Park on Wednesday
“I just can’t believe it,” said the neighbor.
“A child was crying outside. Pity who it is. This is a peaceful environment. ‘
In 2011, Mr. Pandilovski opened his relationship and told the Sydney Morning Herald that the first year was “probably the most difficult” year in their relationship.
‘We’ve had a baby boy ever since, which of course puts even more pressure on a relationship. But now that we have come this far, I think we are reasonably well equipped to solve any problems. ‘
Pandilovski will face Magistrate’s Court in Melbourne on Thursday and is currently being monitored at the hospital.
If you or someone you know experience domestic violence, you can call the national hotline 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) or Lifeline 13 11 14.
After the alleged murder, a police car is seen in front of a house in Mill Park