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IrelandGardai arrest man following death of young mother in Co Donegal

23:30  04 january  2019
23:30  04 january  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Gardai remain at the scene and a technical examination is taking place. A garda spokesman said: “ Gardaí investigating the death of a woman in Freshford, Co .Kilkenny, have arrested a man this afternoon. Young mum opens up about anger at being left unable to walk after Donegal crash.

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Gardai arrest man following death of young mother in Co Donegal Gardai at the scene in Killygordon Photo: North West Newspix

A young mother-of-two died after suffering suspected knife wounds in an attack at her home in Co Donegal.

The woman was found dead at her home when elite members of the Garda Regional Response Unit stormed the house in Killygordon in the early hours of this morning.

The 27-year-old had contacted Gardai just minutes beforehand to report a domestic disturbance at her home at Forest Park on the outskirts of the East Donegal village.

Gardai arrest man following death of young mother in Co Donegal Gardai at the scene in Killygordon Photo: North West Newspix

She shared the home with her partner, who is originally from Donegal Town.

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A man arrested following the crash in the early hours of Sunday was released without charge. Local Donegal councillor Michael Naughton said: “This is very A friend of Conall said the whole of his home village was in deep shock at the death of the young man who had been a student at the South West

Gardai received the call from the woman at 4.20am.

However, when they arrived at 4.47am, they were refused entry to the house at Forest Park on the outskirts of the East Donegal village.

At this stage, there was an altercation and it is understood a garda was attacked.

A decision was then made to call in the Regional Response Unit who arrived on scene a short time later.

A man, known to the woman, was finally arrested around 7.30am and taken to Letterkenny Garda station.

The woman's two daughters, aged seven and one, were taken from the house and are understood to be unhurt.

They were taken to be cared for by family members.

At Letterkenny Garda station, the arrested man received medical attention before he was interviewed by gardai.

He can be held for up to 48 hours without being charged.

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A post mortem will be carried out today on the body of a man in his 30s which was found in a house in the Cappry area of Ballybofey in Co Donegal on Saturday. Gardaí are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the man who was originally from Scotland.

Gardaí say they are not treating the death of a man in Co Donegal last weekend as suspicious. The body of Gerry McCabe was discovered at his home on the It is understood the retired teacher, who was in his 70s, died following a fire in the house at Iskaeen near Muff. His body was found after his

The scene of the attack was preserved by Gardai this morning.

Gardai also carried out door-to-door enquiries this afternoon to determine if neighbours may have witnessed anything that may help their investigation.

Both the state pathologist Linda Mulligan and members of the Garda Technical Bureau from Dublin arrived at the scene of the incident earlier today.

At around 3pm the body of the woman was removed to Letterkenny General Hospital.

Neighbours have reacted with shock to the death of the woman who is originally from the border town of Castlefinn.

Neighbour Damian Scanlon, who lives directly across from the scene of the incident, said he was awoken by shouting and screaming at around 5am.

"There was a lot of Garda activity but I just thought it was a party or something so I went back to bed.

"I awoke again after 7am and this time I saw Gardai everywhere including guys with shields and helmets.

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Gardaí are investigating the death of a 71-year-old man at a house in Letterkenny, Co Donegal . Gardaí and emergency services attended the house at Garryharry late last night. The alarm was raised when a car associated with the man was earlier found abandoned nearby at Kirkstown.

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"All of a sudden I saw then burst in the front door and then this fella out and they were shouting at him to 'get on the grass, get on the grass', or something like that.

"A while later I saw a Garda taking a child out in his arms and I saw another child with another Garda at the front door.

"It was all very dramatic and you just don't expect it to happen in your own estate and especially in Donegal."

Mr Scanlon said he did not know the couple personally but added that Forest Park was a lovely estate with lots of children in it.

"I live in England but I come back a lot for holidays and I was back for a couple of weeks for Christmas. It's a lovely estate and you have lots of children here.

"There were plenty of children out playing here over Christmas on go-karts and bikes.

"This is the last thing that you would expect to happen," he added.

Local county councillor, Gary Doherty, said the incident was just tragic.

"The whole community is in shock at the tragic news coming from Killygordon this morning.

"My deepest condolences go out to the family and friends of the young woman who has sadly lost her life so prematurely."

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A MAN has been arrested after gardai seized a gun and ammunition from a house yesterday. Gardai swooped on the property at around 6pm on Sunday and recovered a firearm and a number of bullets in Co Donegal .

Gardaí have launched an investigation following the discovery of a man ’s body in Co Donegal . The body of the man was found at a house in Ballybofey on Saturday morning. He has been named locally as James Devlin, who was originally from Glasgow but had lived in the area for a number of years.

Inspector Michael Harrison gave a brief statement on behalf of Gardai outside Letterkenny Garda station this afternoon.

"Gardai are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman at Forest Park, Killygordon, Co Donegal this morning," he said.

"The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. The office of the State Pathologist has been informed and is currently en route to the scene.

"The assistance of the Garda Technical Bureau has been requested and we expect them to be at the scene sometime this afternoon.

"A man in his twenties has been arrested and is currently being detained under the terms of Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

"At this stage of the investigation, I’m not in a position to answer any further questions or make any more statements."

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