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Wiembilla shooting: Madelyn Train defends parent-uncle relationship

For 27 years, evil cop killers Gareth, Stacey and Nathaniel Train traversed Queensland working at different schools across the state, often overlapping and apparently living with each other in a bizarre love triangle, until they died in a hail of bullets on Monday. on their fortified estate


Teenagers Nathaniel and Stacey Train got married in a ceremony officiated by Ronald, the pastor of the brother’s Baptist church Toowoomba

FEBRUARY 10, 1997

Nathaniel, Gareth and Stacey and parents Ronald and Gwenyth plus other relatives buy a house at 21 John St in Cambooja near Toowoomba in Queensland’s Darling Downs for $89,000


Stacey leaves Nathaniel for Gareth


Father Ronald says he stopped talking to Nathaniel

5 AUGUST 2004

The Cambooja house is resold to parents of brothers Gwenyth and Ronald, and three other family members for $15,000, which appears to buy out Gareth and Stacey. There is no mention of Nathaniel as a seller, even though he was listed as an original buyer with the rest of the family. The sale is listed as “estranged relatives.”


Nathaniel works at Bentley College in Cairns in the far north of Queensland


Gareth and Stacey are registered as living with Nathaniel at 54 Barnard Drive, Mt Sheridan, south Cairns. Neighbors don’t remember them anymore.


The three of them buy a four-bedroom house on four acres of land at 34 River Road mill current, 120km south of Cairns, for $107,000. Neighbors remember them as “annoying, aggressive paranoid people” who installed CCTV, floodlights and barbed wire at the property

JANUARY 13, 2009

The three of them sold the mill current home for $235,000. The three of them give a fictitious address next to it Proston State School in the South Burnett region of Queensland as their home


Stacey is director of Proston State school. Gareth is the school’s groundsman


Stacey is director of Quinalow P-10 State School in the Darling Downs region


Nathaniel is director of fail East State School, south of Cairns in the far north of Queensland


Gareth and Stacy update Camouflage State School in North West Queensland, close to the Northern Territory border. Local residents are shocked by the behavior of the couple. Gareth slaughtered pigs next to the school oval and hung their carcasses in full view of children, while Stacey allegedly chastised students who complained of bullying, according to the ABC. Gareth also allegedly assaulted students who sweared and was seen dragging his wife in by the hair.


Their children are students at a state school in northwest Queensland, which the Daily Mail Australia would not name.


Gareth and Stacey purchase 44 acres of coal fracking land for $50,000 at 219 Cypress Road Kumbarilla in the South Burnett region of Queensland, close to the Western Downs


Stacey is the deputy principal of Happy Valley State School in mountain Isa in northwestern Queensland. Her principal pays tribute to her in a year-end speech: “It was inspiring to work with you…you brought great expertise and vision to our school.”


Gareth and Stacey live at 61 Abel Smith Parade Sunset, but the State School Home is probably at 2 Hinkler Crescent, mountain Isa. Gareth is a gardener at Mt Isa State Special School on July 22, 2014

FEBRUARY 5, 2015

Gareth and Stacey buy the remote mansion at 251 Wains Road, wiembilla in Queensland’s Western Downs for $95,000 – which they would reinforce to ambush the police, and where they would eventually die in the ensuing shootout


Their son is praised at a glittering awards ceremony for the ‘Highest Achievement by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Student in Queensland’ for his outstanding work throughout his school career. He stayed in North West Queensland and attended the local public school, while his parents worked elsewhere in the state


Gareth and Stacey work at Indigenous Pormpuraaw State School, at Cape York in Queensland on the coast of the Gulf of Carpenteria.

MARCH 2016

Gareth Train leaves Education Queensland after complaints from locals about the couple’s behaviour


Nathaniel appointed director at Yorkeys button State school near Cairns. He is believed to live at a nearby address in Keerawa Beach, possibly owned by the education department

JUNE 24, 2016

Stacey Train Named Acting Director for Remote Control Mitchell State school in the Maranoa region, 600 km west of Brisbane. The school welcomes her as ‘an experienced school leader in both deputy and principal positions within the DDSW, North West Qld & Far North Qld for the past 7 years. Our school community welcomes Stacey and entrusts the long-term care of our school to her very capable hands.”


Stacey is head of curriculum and assists teachers tara Shire State College, 170 km west of Toowoomba.

MARCH 2020

Nathaniel leaves Yorkeys Knob State School and moves into a Teacher Housing Authority home Walgett and starts job as Executive Director at Walgett State School NSW


Gareth and Stacey sell up the land Kumbarilla for $62,000


Nathaniel suffers a heart attack at his desk Walgett State school, goes on sick leave, refuses mandatory Covid vaccination


Gareth is increasingly posting bizarre and paranoid messages online about conspiracy theories


Stacey Train quits Education Queensland, refuses mandatory Covid vaccination

16 DECEMBER 2021

Nathaniel is seen for the last time dubbo

MARCH 2022

Nathaniel sends 16 emails to education leaders in two weeks about a scam at his school. He is fired after seven months of absence from work

MAY 2022

Nathaniel’s deception is raised in NSW Parliament budget estimates by One Nation NSW leader Mark Latham

JULY 2022

Mr Latham is the last to hear from Nathaniel

9 OCTOBER 2022

Nathaniel contacts his estranged partner for the last time


The NSW Police are alerted to Nathaniel’s disappearance


The NSW Police are issuing a public appeal for help in finding Nathaniel

12 DECEMBER 2022

Queensland Police make a routine visit to Gareth and Stacey Train’s home wiembilla to follow up on Nathaniel’s disappearance

Officers Rachel McCrow, 29, and Matthew Arnold, 26, are executed in the ambush by the trains and innocent neighbor Alan Dare, 58, is killed in the crossfire

Gareth 47, Stacey, 45, and Nathaniel Train, 46, were all shot dead in a deadly shootout with the Queensland Police Special Emergency Response Team

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