Love triangle twist in alleged murder of tradie Paul William Davey in Kendall ... trends now
A tradie whose body was found at a house after an alleged shooting is linked to one of the accused through a mystery love triangle.
Roof tiler Paul William Davy was found dead at a house in Kendall on the NSW mid north coast last week after several people were seen driving off from the scene.
NSW Police have since arrested four people in connection with Davy's death, charging 37-year-old Luke Willcockson with murder and Ashley Shields, 27, with concealing a serious indictable offence.
Police have also charged Michael Nicholas Hatzigeorgiou, 39, with accessory after the fact to murder and concealing a serious indictable offence.
On Tuesday, a fourth person, Julia Ann Jeffrey, 53, was charged with hindering investigation into a serious indictable offence and concealing a serious indictable offence.
Danni Austin changed her Facebook profile picture after Paul Davy's death to this image of them together with the names of her three young sons and the words 'my Angel Paul' with a love heart
Mr Hatzigeorgiou, who was living at the Kendall house where the body was found, had bizarrely declared his love and intention to marry Davy's former partner, Danielle Marie Austin, just six weeks ago.
Mr Hatzigeorgiou, who is in custody and refused bail, posted in a virtual marriage proposal on Facebook: 'I'm happy to say I'm happy in love with Danni Marie and I can't wait to marry her she's the love of my life.'
Ms Austin is the mother of three young boys. Davy is the father of one of the boys who was born in May last year.
In a since deleted video on Facebook, Davy can be seen cradling his premature son in hospital alongside Ms Austin.
However in October last year, Port Macquarie police took out an Apprehended Violence Order against Davy on Ms Austin's behalf.
Friends later wrote to her on Facebook that they had heard she had 'a new man' in her life who was 'good' to her and the baby.
Davy had a criminal history going back years, including stalking, drug