Wife of Ex-Hockey Player Found Dead at Home, Probe Launched

Police have launched a murder investigation after the wife of a former international hockey player was found dead at home.

An arrest has been made following the discovery of injuries that ‘were not survivable’ at the £250,000 villa in a gorgeous spa town. The lady, who is known locally as 42-year-old interior designer Joanne Samak, was found unconscious.

At 4.10 am yesterday, emergency personnel were summoned to Droitwich Spa, Worcestershire, where they discovered a severely injured victim.

Paramedics did their best, but Mrs. Samak was declared dead. It is presently being classified as ‘unexplained’ according to West Mercia Police, who announced her death.

Suspicion of murder has led to the arrest of a man. Last night, he was still being held by the police. During the early hours and all day yesterday, neighbors reported seeing police cars driving along the peaceful cul-de-sac.

According to the West Midlands Ambulance Service, medics arrived at the scene and rapidly assessed the woman’s condition before attempting to offer advanced life support.

Mohammed Samak was a former Egyptian national hockey player. He and his wife were the parents of one child, who is estimated to be about seven years old.

The woman’s death shocked the peaceful residential street’s residents today.

According to senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Leighton Harding, upon arrival of officers, it became apparent that the woman’s injuries were not survivable. 

One neighbor said that a slew of police cars and forensics teams were there when they awoke on Monday. 

Another said that the police and emergency personnel had been going on since 3 am yesterday, and we don’t know if it was the husband and wife or someone from outside that has been injured or killed, but the presence of law enforcement has been consistently seen. 

A paramedic officer, two ground ambulances, and a Midlands Air Ambulance were responding to the incident.