Saturday 28 May 2022 10:55 AM The troubled love life of young Queensland woman Feebie McIntosh who died from ... trends now
The identity of the man who allegedly executed a 'kind and funny' young woman on a quiet street has been revealed as harrowing details of her personal life emerged.
Feebie McIntosh, 25, from Currimundi, on the Sunshine Coast, was rushed by car to Caloundra Base Hospital after she was allegedly shot in the head about 9.30am on Friday.
Hours later, Bradley Ian Cotten, 30, from Narangba, was arrested 22km away after police swooped on a suburban road in Sippy Downs to seize him.
Police believe the tragedy happened during 'a disturbance' in Coolum Street in sleepy Dicky Beach at the home of a woman known to both of them.
Feebie McIntosh was rushed by car to Caloundra Base Hospital on the Sunshine Coast after Bradley Cotten allegedly shot her in the head about 9.30am on Friday. She died at the hospital
Feebie McIntosh, 25, from Currimundi, had a troubled love life after a previous partner died suddenly in 2020, but had found love again with Mitch White, 30
McIntosh was dropped off at the hospital door by a 58 year old man who police say was known to her, but died shortly afterwards.
Queensland police charged Bradley Ian Cotten with the murder of Feebie McIntosh, 25, at sleepy Dicky Beach on Friday morning, arresting him at Sippy Downs yesterday afternoon
Cotten is understood to have been known to Ms McIntosh prior to the tragedy. They were friends on social media but were not in a relationship.
Ms McIntosh's death, coming just days after her boyfriend proposed to her in a touching love letter, prompted a flood of heartbroken tributes on social media from friends.
It's the final tragic chapter in her short life after her previous boyfriend died suddenly just two years ago, on May 22, 2020, aged 22.
Just before Christmas in 2018 Jack Thomsen posted a blissful photo with Ms McIntosh captioned 'forever my happiness'.
Just before Christmas in 2018 Jack Thomsen posted a blissful photo with Ms McIntosh captioned 'forever my happiness'
In December last Ms McIntosh (pictured right) sat by Mr Thomsen's grave and later posted a tribute to him, 'I honestly would give the world just to be able to see you and hear your voice just one last time'
In December last Ms McIntosh sat by his grave and later posted a tribute to him, 'I honestly would give the world just to be able to see you and hear your voice just one last time.'
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