Charges expected following extradition of man relating to death of boy in 2015 in Hurstville

A man wanted by virtue of an outstanding warrant for manslaughter is expected to arrive in Sydney today from the United Kingdom, NSW Police say.

Strike Force Haviland was established by detectives attached to St George Local Area Command to investigate the death of a six-year-old boy in 2015.

Following investigations and with the assistance of police from the United Kingdom, a 53-year-old man was arrested at a London airport on Tuesday 25 April 2017.

Initial inquiries suggest between 22 and 28 April 2015, a man and a woman with their six-year-old son attended a self-healing conference at a facility on Park Road, Hurstville.

Just before 10pm on Monday 28 April 2015, emergency services were called to a hotel on Forest Road, Hurstville, following reports the boy had been found in an unconscious state.

NSW Ambulance paramedics attended and commenced CPR; however the boy could not be revived.

Two women, aged 41 and 64, and a 56-year-old man have all been arrested and charged with manslaughter as part of investigations relating to Strike Force Haviland.

Charges are expected to be laid against the 53-year-old man, who is also expected to appear in court later today.

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