“Harrowing” Violence, Sydney Father of Two Teenagers is a Man of Blood
July 6, 2018 | Brainwave Science
The harrowing incident happened in Sydney, July 5th, 2018. A 15-year-old boy and a 13-year-old girl were killed, while their mother, 36, turned up at the scene shortly after police arrived.
Acting Assistant Commissioner Brett McFadden said the scene was “harrowing” for emergency respondents after responding to a number of reports of shots being fired.
“The emergency service personnel responded to what can only be described as a horrific scene inside those premises,” he said “We consider this to be very much a targeted incident and we do believe that it may well be domestic violence-related and our focus at the moment is on the investigation to locate our person of interest,” he said. After an overnight search, police discovered the 68-year-old father, John Edwards, died this morning at his home in Normanhurst, a suburb on Sydney’s Upper North Shore, about 5 kilometers from where the children were killed. Two guns, described as “powerful handguns” by police, were found at the property. Police believe the teens were at home alone when their father shot them.
Edwards was known to police, however Commissioner McFadden said he had no “contemporary” criminal record. Police said there had been custody hearings over the two children. “The details about the nature of the relationship, particularly in recent times and the level of access that the 68-year-old had to his children is subject to investigation,” Commissioner McFadden said
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