Crazy world. Tell your family you love them Stabbed social worker fled to nearby cafe and collapsed after visiting patient A man has appeared in court charged with murder after a social worker visiting a patient in Perth's southern suburbs was stabbed in the neck, fleeing to a nearby cafe before collapsing with serious neck injuries. It is alleged the 50-year-old woman, named by police as Jacqueline Lynn Francis, was stabbed in the neck at a Rockingham unit on Saturday night. She then sought help at a nearby Dome Cafe on Kent Street. Cafe staff helped administer first-aid to Ms Francis before she was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital, where she later died. Homicide Squad detectives on Monday charged 37-year-old Shannon Scott Westerman Smith from Rockingham with one count of murder. He appeared in Rockingham Magistrates Court that afternoon, where he confirmed he understood the charge against him. Mr Smith was remanded to Graylands psychiatric hospital under a court order and will next appear in the Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court.