Who is Jake Opacic? Bio/Wiki
Jake Opacicis the brother of Tom Opacic.
Police are investigating whether a suspicious motorbike incident that killed an NRL star’s brother named Jake Opacic was linked to a love triangle at a neighboring jail.
Jake Opacic was slain on the Gold Coast’s Numinbah Valley’s Nerang-Murwillumbah Road around 10 a.m. on Friday.
His brother, Parramatta Eels center and former Brisbane Broncos standout Tom Opacic, is a former Brisbane Broncos player. Mr. Opacic was believed to have been involved in a heated argument with at least two individuals outside the Numinbah Correctional Centre before taking off on his bike, according to police.
He was 28 years old.
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He veered off the road about three kilometers away and died as a result of the collision. The death is being treated as suspicious, according to Detective Inspector Chris Ahearn, and police are trying to figure out if Mr. Opacic was hit by another car.
According to the Courier-Mail, authorities are looking into whether Mr. Opacic had past contact with a lady who was released from the jail facility on the same day he died.
The motorcyclist run down and killed today after a prison love triangle fight erupted outside a Gold Coast jail today has been identified as Jake Opacic, brother of NRL star Tom Opacic. https://t.co/copjPjwucu
— The Courier-Mail (@couriermail) July 2, 2021
Detectives are looking into whether the 28-year-old got into an argument with the woman’s current partner, who was also in the prison.
Mr. Ahearn said, “We believe there may have been an altercation between the deceased and some other people at this location,”
“We’re trying to work out the circumstances of how all these people know each other…whether they knew they were all going to be here at the same time together, what the nature of their discussion was, all of these questions are yet to be answered. We don’t know if he has had contact with another car or what the circumstances were in ending with him coming off his bike.”
Police have spoken with the woman who was released from the detention facility.
Between 9.30 and 10.30 a.m. on Friday, anyone driving on the Nerang Murwillumbah Road between Numinbah Valley and Natural Bridge is encouraged to contact the police.