How the shattered fiancée of a glamorous blonde who was allegedly shot dead in a daylight shock execution in an upscale suburb was told of her death in the JAIL: ‘He’s holding it together’
- The fiancée of the allegedly murdered woman was in prison at the time of her death
- The Sunshine Coast woman was allegedly shot in the head in an upscale suburb last week
- Police have charged and arrested two men, and are trying to question another man
A murdered woman’s fiancé has revealed his grief after learning that his glamorous partner was allegedly shot to death while locked in a prison cell.
Mitchell White’s partner Feebie McIntosh, 25, was reportedly shot in the head on May 27 at a home in Dicky Beach on the Sunshine Coast — and later died after being rushed to hospital.
Bradley Ian Cotten of Narangba and Brandon Grant of Wurtulla, both 30, have been arrested and charged with her murder.
Mr White was informed of his fiancée’s death while incarcerated at the Borallon Correctional Facility in Ipswich and was “stunned” to hear the news.
Mitchell White and Feebie McIntosh (pictured together) took to his social media the clear feelings he had posted for his partner, saying, “This feeling you gave me is a feeling I didn’t even know existed. It’s really good and I know you feel it too’.
A social media mourner, Angela Coman, spoke on behalf of Mr White on Thursday.
“I spoke to Mitch White today and he’s absolutely devastated, as are all of us, but he’s holding up,” she said.
Ms Coman said Mr White had been approved for leave of absence from the correctional facility to attend his partner’s funeral, but indicated the incarcerated man would need financial assistance.
Friends have started a fundraiser hoping to raise enough money for the $1,527.50 police escort “to say goodbye to his betrothed, the women he loves.”
Tributes came to me on social media, dedicated to Ms. McIntosh (pictured) calling her a “bad, bad funny girl” because they felt “discouraged” from complaining about their loss
Mr. White had posted amorous messages on Facebook last November about how happy he was with Ms. McIntosh.
“Feebie McIntosh, you made me feel an emotion I’ve never felt before,” he wrote on his social media page.
“I can’t get enough of you and the person I’ve become for being with you. This feeling you gave me is a feeling that I didn’t even exist. It’s very good and I know you feel it too.’
Tributes emerged on social media dedicated to Ms. McIntosh calling her a “bad, bad funny girl” because they felt “discouraged” from complaining about their loss.
“My dear girl, if you could only see how much you are loved,” said a mourner.
“The world will be forever changed without that smile and your vibrant energy.”
Mr White had posted amorous messages on Facebook last November about how happy he was with Ms McIntosh
“I’ll miss you, sweet girl,” said another Tuesday. The shivers keep running down my spine, I still can’t believe you’re gone and how close to home [the alleged murder] is.’
Meanwhile, police are looking for witnesses who may have been on Nicklin Way – a main road near the house that Mrs. McIntosh is said to have murdered that morning.
Authorities are also looking for witnesses who were near a group of stores in Mountain Creek, 12 miles north of the late morning shooting.
Police said they are looking for dashcam footage or witness statements from those locations regarding the behavior and movements of a man in the area who may be able to help authorities.
He is described as solidly built, dressed in black, with a black duffel bag and walking along the road.
The accused men have both refused bail to appear before the Maroochydore Magistrates Court on July 29.
Ms McIntosh’s fiancé, Mitchell White (pictured) has been granted leave of absence from Borallon Correctional Facility in Ipswich to attend his partner’s funeral.