Murdered Linden woman was found with door on top of her body

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A 56-year-old woman whose lifeless body was discovered on Tuesday afternoon in her Linden home is suspected to have been murdered by her son.

Wanda Wilson also known as, Sheila Wilson was found dead in her Kara Kara Linden home, with her head and face smashed in by a Region 10 police officers.

According to police report, a male eyewitness was instructed to check on the deceased and her son, Hosia Ajadai who reside at the same house and are said to have mental health disorders.

Upon arrival the eyewitness was greeted by the son and he observed that the dining area of the house was ransacked and furniture and other appliances were scattered.  This led to the eyewitness suspicion that “something was wrong,” and he proceeded to make a report at the Mackenzie Police Station.


After giving his report, the eyewitness was accompanied to the house of the deceased by police officers.

On arrival, the ranks did a walk-through of the scene and observed the entire house ransacked.  According to police report, the victim’s body was discovered in a bedroom on a bed with a door on the top of her. While being examined for marks of violence, the woman’s head and face appeared to be smashed in.

Wilson’s body was taken to the Linden Hospital Complex (LHC) where she was pronounced dead on arrival by the doctor on duty.

Wilson’s son, Hosia Ajadai was also taken to the LHC to be examined by a doctor and no marks of violence was seen on the most exposed parts of his body. However, the doctor did acknowledge that both the victim and suspect are patients at the said hospital.

Ajadai is currently in custody and the police are continuing investigation of the alleged homicide.

Meanwhile, Wilson’s body is at the Pensioner Funeral Home awaiting post-mortem examination.

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