Mother-of-Four, Drew Douglas, Found Lifeless With A Knife To Her Chest

A mother-of-four has reportedly been found stabbed to death inside her western Sydney home, following a ‘concern for welfare’ call made by the victim’s partner, which went unanswered by emergency services, trendygists learned.

It was gathered that the distressing sequence of events began when a man placed a ‘concern for welfare’ call to the police from a residence in St Marys at 8:40pm on Tuesday evening, August 15.

It was learned that emergency services failed to respond to the call, and the situation took a devastating turn as another triple-0 call was made from the same residence on Edmondson Avenue approximately ten hours later, around 6:45am on Wednesday, Augusts 16.

Trendygists learned that upon arrival, security operatives discovered Drew Douglas, a mother-of-four who had recently given birth just a month prior, suffering from stab wounds to her chest.

However, despite the valiant efforts of paramedics, her life could not be saved, leaving behind her four beautiful children.

A history of domestic violence between the victim, Ms. Douglas, and her partner, Shaun King was later uncovered.

The report says Shaun King, 35, reportedly visited the Campbelltown Police Station, located 43 kilometers away in Sydney’s south-west, at 7:30am on Wednesday, august 16.

As at the time of this report, he is currently in custody, cooperating with authorities in their investigation.

Although, Mr King has yet to undergo formal questioning, and no charges have been filed at this time.

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