Mark Beecham, has died after getting into a fight with his neighbour in Glenmore Park.
Emergency workers were called to the brawl at Jarra Crescent just after 10.20pm on Sunday.
Police said paramedics treated Mr Beecham, 44, but he died at the scene.
Officers spoke with a neighbour, but he was released without charge.
Mr Beecham’s partner Renae Hailes spoke to the media this morning about the incident.
She alleges her partner went to a neighbour’s house because he had started yelling at her “out of the blue”.
“I basically went down to tell the neighbours’ boy that he had to go home and as I walked off he swore - really rude words, names - so I turned around and said back to him, ‘What did you say?’, a bit of an argument, came home spoke to Mum, rang Mark and told Mark,” Ms Hailes said.
“So, he got upset about it and then I was pretty much watching TV, on Facebook, went out the back to have a cigarette and heard this scuffle up there. So I just ran up there and tried to stop it.
“(Mr Beecham) must have gone up there to speak to him and I don’t know what happened before I got there but by the time I got there they were already fighting, wrestling ... From one spot to Mark being on the floor and Mick was on top of him.
“I was trying to get them off, also arguing with his partner, then my sister came arguing and then the police came.
“I ran to my neighbour to get help. Something had happened in that time, I think, because when I was there at the start he was still OK and by the time I got back ... I could hear it but I couldn’t see because she wouldn’t let me go up into the garage. And I was just screaming the whole time to stop.
“And then the police came and told us to go, and we found out not long after that.
“He was just basically defending me, going to see why.
“It’s all to do with the kids. Something’s happened or been said to them because I’ve never spoken to him before.
“Just like a ‘hey’. That was it.
“And for him to start abusing me as I was walking back to my house? I just thought, what the hell?
“I speak to the mum, like ‘hello’ at the school, because both the kids had just started Kindy, her little girl as well.
“So I speak to her, wave to her. She’s always been lovely and then something’s happened with the kids I think.
“The first thing he said that’s got my attention was ‘F*** off home, you silly bitch’ as I was walking home and I was on the phone to my girlfriend.
“I said ‘Oh my god’ and told her what he just said and of course I went back down there and said, ‘What the f*** did you just say?’ and then it was on.
“He was calling me ‘C’ this and that, I was swearing back at him as well like ‘What the f*** is wrong with you?’
“And then that was it, I walked back home.
“But then once I spoke to Mark, spoke to Mum and then Mark’s gone there.”
Renae said Mark had no known health difficulties.
“They were both pretty chubby. With the fight wise, by the time I got there, they both looked like they were exhausted.
“I just wish it didn’t happen.
“I wish he was here. I can’t believe he’s not here.
“We’ve been a bit of weird couple, but always loved each other.
“Had a bit of an issue last year, which is why he actually wasn’t living here ... but we’ve been trying to work on it, speaking every day.
“So things were actually getting better.”
She still doesn’t know how he died.
“I could hear moaning and hitting and stuff.
“I don’t know if he went there intentionally to fight or if he was speaking first and then they fought.”
Boy is aged four, almost five.
“He doesn’t really understand, he just started drawing a picture for Dad.
But the neighbour’s partner told the Daily Mail her partner was attacked with a metal pole by Mr Beecham.
Neighbours on Jarra Crescent say there was a dispute yesterday afternoon involving some children.
Later that day, Mr Beecham returned with a metal pole and began arguing with his neighbour.
She alleges Mr Beecham then swung the pole at her partner, knocking him out briefly and splitting his head open.
The couple’s four children were in the home at the time and police say a struggle ensued.
“He was on the ground and they were fighting when it happened, I don’t know how he died,” she told the Daily Mail.
“(He) was just trying to defend himself. We tried to get him (the neighbour) out and I called police straight away.”
Mr Beecham died at the scene, despite the efforts of paramedics to save him.
Police say an autopsy will be carried out within the next few days to determine how he died and whether he suffered a heart attack.
The neighbour is at his home recovering and sleeping today after he was interviewed by police but released without charges.
Two detectives were seen entering the house at 11.30am but left, alone, shortly after.
There’s garbage strewn over the drive where it appears the bin has been knocked over.
Police are continuing enquiries.