The 63-year-old man allegedly stabbed in a unit was a disabled pensioner who survived a knife attack 10 YEARS AGO
- Alleged murder victim was ‘disabled pensioner’
- Daughter remembers her father as ‘a good man’
One man allegedly stabbed in his unit was a “disabled pensioner” who had nearly been killed in an innocent knife attack ten years earlier.
Terry Hogan, 63, died at his home on Mine Street in the Ipswich suburb of Redbank in south-east Queensland on Saturday night.
Ambulances were called around 10.25pm after neighbors heard screams coming from a property, but paramedics were unable to revive Mr Hogan.
His daughter Eden King said she and her sister are “trying to raise funds so we can put our father to rest”.
“We miss him so much he was a good man,” Ms King wrote on the website GoFundMe Page she set up entitled “Beloved father and grandfather, taken too soon”.
Terry Hogan (pictured), who was allegedly stabbed to death in a unit in south-east Queensland, was a disabled pensioner who nearly was killed in a knife attack ten years earlier
A man has been charged with murder after the death of a 63-year-old man late Saturday night in southeast Queensland. The picture shows the block of flats where the man died
Mr. Hogan was a single father who raised me and my sister alone. “He was a disabled pensioner who had trouble walking,” she said.
Ms King also revealed that her father had survived a knife attack a decade earlier.
“About 10 years ago our father was stabbed and almost lost his life. I never thought it would happen again, but it would be a thousand times worse.”
She started the fundraiser because she and her sister are “just trying to say goodbye to my father and are desperate to bury him.”
Kane Charles Bell, 28, remains in custody after he was found at the compound Saturday night.
The Boronia Höhenmann was The charges include murder, threats of violence and possession of dangerous drugs (methamphetamine).
Mr Bell’s lawyer, Michael Gatenby, told the court on Monday there were “real concerns” about his client’s mental health.
The matter was adjourned to a hearing on July 14.
Police believe three adults, two men and a woman, were in the unit when the altercation broke out.
A four-year-old child was also reportedly in the unit at the time.
Detective Inspector David Briese said the woman and child were not injured.
Police said the two men “known each other”.
Rescue workers treated the man at the scene (pictured), but he died shortly afterwards
Neighbor Charlie Ridgeway Jr. said he heard a disturbance before police arrived at the unit.
“Last night we basically heard arguments in the apartments, we heard shouting,” he said courier post.
“Immediately after the shouting, we heard a loud scream, like a grown man’s scream.” About 20 minutes later, 20 squad cars were here.’
Mr Ridgeway said the area has deteriorated since a block of flats was built two years ago.