HOMICIDE Squad Detectives have charged a 22-year-old male with the death of 27-year-old man Axel Boreski from Greenfields.
The male will appear on a murder charge in the Perth Magistrates Court (Northbridge) today.
The charge arises from an incident at Leighton Road East, Halls Head yesterday.
A Go Fund Me fundraising campaign has been set up for Mr Boreski, a father-of-two.
The fundraiser had raised less than $2000 of its $10,000 goal for the funeral of 27-year-old Axel Boreski by Sunday morning.
His partner Lashana Poulter paid tribute to the “love of her life” in a series of heartbreaking Facebook posts.
“Still feels like a horrible dream… I love you so much babe,” she wrote.
“I hope you know just how much you meant to me. Nothing is ever going to change that. You were there for me when I needed you the most and I have no idea how I am going to survive without you. We had so many plans for our future but now they will never come to be and that cuts me so deep. I love you Axel with all of my heart and I know that you are still watching over us. I love you.”
Mr Boreski was described as a much-loved son, brother, father, grandson, uncle, cousin and friend by Nicole Stewart who started the Go Fund Me.
“Taken too early from us under tragic circumstances,” she wrote.
“We have never been a wealthy family, but would love nothing more than to give him the send-off we feel he deserves. Any help during this heartbreaking time would be very much appreciated by all his family and friends.”
Police have remained guarded with details surrounding Mr Boreski’s death.
However, two men in their 20s were assisting the homicide squad on Saturday.
His mother, Adele Lee wrote, “my son Axel Boreski was stabbed in the heart this morning he is dead.”
Police are calling Mr Boreski’s death suspicious, but would not confirm he was stabbed.
Mr Boreski died at Peel Health Campus after a night out in Mandurah around 5am.
Leighton Street in Halls Head remained closed on Saturday and police diving crews searched nearby waterways.
Police did not confirm they were searching for a murder weapon.
Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 with information.