The 31-year-old man leaves the hospital in handcuffs after his wife was stabbed to death in the house in west Sydney
Nursery worker reportedly killed his estranged wife by slitting her throat with a kitchen knife – just weeks after taking an AVO against him
- Woman, 27, reportedly stabbed to death in house in west Sydney on Wednesday
- Alienated man, 31, arrested and taken to hospital under police surveillance
- The man has left the hospital and taken to the police station, but has not yet been charged
- Shocked neighbors said they heard a woman scream from the house before
- The police have confirmed that an AVO was launched on April 24
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A man has left the hospital in handcuffs and is interviewed by the police after his estranged wife was reportedly stabbed to death in their west Sydney home.
Emergency services were called Wednesday night at a house on Ramona Street, Quakers Hill, where they found a woman in a bedroom suffering from knife wounds, who died on the spot.
The woman’s 31-year-old husband was arrested in the hallway by the bedroom and taken to Blacktown Hospital under police surveillance to be treated for cuts to his hands.
Chief Inspector Jennifer Scholz told reporters Thursday that police will claim the man was attacked and stabbed to death.
Obviously, the husband reportedly slit his wife’s throat with a 6-inch kitchen knife, sources close to the study said ABC.
A man leaves the hospital under police surveillance after his wife’s death at their Quakers Hill home on Wednesday evening. He has been taken to Riverstone police station but has not yet been charged
He was later depicted barefoot and wearing a dress that left the hospital in handcuffs while being escorted by two police officers.
He was taken to Riverstone police station but has not been charged yet.
A police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that the woman had taken an AVO against her husband on April 24, but was still allowed to live under the same roof.
“The AVO did not exclude him from the field,” she said.
The woman’s brother was staying with the couple and found her body in a bedroom when he came home from work on Wednesday evening.
It is clear that the husband, a part-time kindergarten worker and his estranged wife, a full-time student, had been married for four years and moved to Australia from India two years ago.
Police officers are investigating the woman’s death at the crime scene in Quakers Hill on Thursday
Shocked neighbors remembered hearing the screams of an ailing woman from home.
Mohamed Nazari added that the police had been to the same house four days earlier regarding a separate incident.
“She screamed and cried. I left and I came back and there were a lot of agents, “Mr. Nazari told the Daily telegram.
Supriya Mattal added, “I’ve never heard them fight before. They keep to themselves. This is a peaceful environment – I am so shocked. ‘
The woman’s brother lived with her and her husband in Quakers Hill (photo)
The forensic police returned to the two-story mansion on Thursday to investigate the scene and knock on the door of the neighbors.
The woman is the 21st in Australia to be violently murdered this year.
Police investigations are continuing.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.
Emergency services were called on Wednesday at Ramona Street (photo) in Quakers Hill