Sally Davis Wiki – Sally Davis Biography
A mother was reportedly stabbed to death by her daughter in an apparent murder-suicide that ended with her house burning down. The Advertiser understands that Sally Davis , 41, fatally stabbed her mother Trish Lambourne, 61, before setting fire to the property in southwest Adelaide around 5 a.m. of Monday. The Emerald St property in Edwardstown was already “well on fire” when firefighters arrived on scene, and after extinguishing the flames, the two bodies were found.
A knife was also reportedly discovered at the scene. The mother and daughter lived together in the house. The home was provided by YourPlace Housing, a community housing organization for people with disabilities or vulnerable people.
Pictures posted on social media show Ms Davis and Ms Lambourne wearing T-shirts that read: “It is against my religion to wear a mask or get a needle stick against my will.” On the reverse, it reads: “I believe in God, not the government.” Ms Davis wrote on social media that she had been “my mother’s full time carer for the last 22 years”.
Sally Davis Age
The age of Sally Davis is 41 years.
Sally Davis killed her mother
A gardener, named Chris, said he mowed the property’s grass every three weeks. “They were nice, not big talkers, but at Christmas they cleaned out their closets or something and gave me a bit of a display bag,” Chris told The Advertiser. He said they both had back problems and that Mrs Lambourne had a “sun problem”.
Police confirmed that the fire is believed to have been set deliberately. Addressing the media on Monday, Detective Chief Inspector Kieran Baggoley said the cause and circumstances of the fire were under investigation. Chief Inspector Baggoley said that while investigators remained focused solely on the home’s two deceased occupants, they did not rule out a third due to the early stage of the investigation.
He said he believed the occupants had been on the property for at least two years, and none had criminal records. “We are in the early stages of the investigation,” Chief Inspector Baggoley said. Members of the Major Crimes Investigation branch, Forensic Response and Arson Investigators were also called to the scene Monday. Chief Inspector Baggoley said a neighbor called Triple-Zero (000) when they noticed a fire inside.
He said the fire was isolated to a single room in the middle of the house, with estimated damage in the $100,000 range. “It seems to be a spare room.” Chief Inspector Baggoley called the incident a “tragedy”. “There’s no way to sugarcoat that.” Chief Inspector Baggoley said police would have a clearer picture of the incident when the results of the post-mortem are known, which is understood to be completed on Monday. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers.Read More…..