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IrelandNeighbours leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley, 2, as woman held in connection with her murder

00:41  10 july  2019
00:41  10 july  2019 Source:   msn.com

Woman arrested as gardai probe murder of baby girl Santina Cawley in Cork

Woman arrested as gardai probe murder of baby girl Santina Cawley in Cork Woman arrested as gardai probe murder of baby girl Santina Cawley in Cork . Detectives arrested a woman, in her 30s, at an address in Cork city today at around noon. She is being held at Gurranabraher Garda Station for questioning and can be detained for up to 24 hours. Tragic Santina Cawley, two, died in Cork city during the early hours of Friday morning, July 5. She was found in a critical condition at an apartment in the Elderwood complex on Boreenmanna Road on the south side of Cork city.

A WOMAN IN her thirties has been arrested in connection with the murder of two-year-old Santina Cawley The woman is being held for questioning at Gurranabraher garda station on the northside of Cork Flowers and teddies were left outside the Elderwood Complex in Boreenmanna Road where

Santina was taken to Cork University Hospital, where, tragically , she was pronounced dead at She was holding her child when they turned off the machine and she said she was full of bruises. Mr Cawley , a father-of-three originally from Co Clare but who has been living in Cork for several years

Neighbours continued to leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley yesterday as a woman was held in connection with her murder.

Gardai arrested the suspect, in her 30s, at an address in Cork city at around noon. The woman in custody is not the two-year-old’s mother.

A source said last night: “It seems the kid had suffered an assault on the night of the incident.

“To be honest, it is beyond horrific.”

Santina was found with severe injuries at an apartment in the Elderwood complex on Boreenmanna Road on the south side of the city on Friday morning.

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Tragic Santina Cawley who died in hospital last week after suffering multiple injuries. Garda have now arrested a woman in her 30s in connection with the A spokesperson said: "Gardai at Anglesea St, Cork investigating the murder of a 2 year old infant girl on 5th July 2019, have this morning, Monday

THIS is tragic tot Santina Cawley who died after suffering multiple head and body injuries. Gardai launched a murder investigation after the two-year-old lost her battle for life in Cork University The gardai were called after a distraught man was heard knocking on a neighbour ’s door shouting “my

Gardai rushed to the scene after her father, Mike Cawley, raised the alarm.

Neighbours leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley, 2, as woman held in connection with her murder © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Two year old Santina Cawley who was killed in an apartment in Cork on Friday morning Pic from Provision

She was taken to Cork University Hospital where she later died with her mother Bridget by her side.

Shocked residents revealed they had heard Mr Cawley in a distressed state and shouting, “My baby girl is dead” in the early hours.

It is believed Santina suffered several bone fractures and a traumatic head injury. A large amount of blood was also present at the scene.

Following the completion of a postmortem by Deputy State Path-ologist Dr Margot Bolster on Saturday, gardai launched a murder investigation.

Woman arrested by gardai over Cork murder of baby girl Santina Cawley released

Woman arrested by gardai over Cork murder of baby girl Santina Cawley released Woman arrested by gardai over Cork murder of baby girl Santina Cawley released

Santina passed away at Cork University Hospital (CUH) at around 9.20am that morning despite the efforts of doctors to save her. Although the results of her post-mortem are not being released for "operational reasons", the toddler reportedly suffered bone fractures

A woman has been arrested in connection with the death of two-year-old girl at an apartment block in Cork city last Friday. The woman is being held Flowers and teddies were left outside the Elderwood Complex in Boreenmanna Road where the girl was found. She sustained bone fractures and a serious

Neighbours leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley, 2, as woman held in connection with her murder © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Scene at the Elderwood Apartment Complex in Cork this afternoon (July 8th, 2019) as a woman in her 30s is arrested over the murder of two year old Santina Cawley.

Details of the examination are not being released for operational reasons.

The woman in custody is being questioned at Gurranabraher Garda station. She can be detained for up to 24 hours before officers charge or release her.

Yesterday neighbour Stuart Leasley was paying his respects to tragic Santina.

He told the Irish Mirror: “I put some flowers down here with my youngest daughter. I had to explain to her what had gone off.

“It was hard trying to explain to a four-year-old so I just told her the little baby had gone to sleep and won’t be waking up.”

Neighbours leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley, 2, as woman held in connection with her murder © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited First photo of tragic tot Santina Cauley, 2, who died after 'incident' in apartment in Cork Detectives have so far taken dozens of witness statements and seized two cars from outside the apartment building as part of their investigations. A full technical examination of the property was carried out by crime scene examiners from Cork city.

Almost €10,000 raised to help pay for funeral of tragic tot Santina Cawley

Almost €10,000 raised to help pay for funeral of tragic tot Santina Cawley A radio station in Cork has helped start a fundraiser to assist the family with funeral costs .The GoFundMe was set up by the Neil Prendeville show on Cork’s RedFM after a friend of the family appealed to them. The fundraiser hit its target of €8,000 in less than a day with donations still pouring in last night. Speaking on the show yesterday family friend Mary said: “The woman [Santina’s mam] is in shock and so are her other children.

Two-year-old Santina Crawley was rushed to hospital on Friday morning. THE WOMAN ARRESTED in connection with the murder of two-year-old Santina Cawley has been released without charge. The two-year-old was found critically injured at an apartment block in Cork city last Friday.

Santina Cawley died in hospital on Friday morning. A woman in her 30s has been arrested in connection with the death of a two-year-old girl in Cork on Friday morning. A murder inquiry was launched on Saturday following the results of a post-mortem examination. Over the weekend, floral tributes and teddy bears were left on the ground close to the entrance to the apartment block.

Door-to-door enquiries are continuing and gardai have appealed to anyone with any information or who was at the Elderwood complex between 4pm on Thursday, July 4, and 6am on Friday, July 5, to come forward.

Neighbours leave flowers for tragic Santina Cawley, 2, as woman held in connection with her murder © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited Scene at the Elderwood Apartment Complex in Cork this afternoon (July 8th, 2019) as a woman in her 30s is arrested over the murder of two year old Santina Cawley.

An incident room has been set up at Anglesea Street Garda station.

Tributes have been pouring in for the murdered youngster with numerous flowers and toys left near the scene.

Santina’s uncle took to social media to write: “Rip beautiful angel. Cruel world. Live life to the full and have no regrets.”

No funeral arrangements have been made as yet.

However, it is expected the body of the two-year-old will be released to her family on Wednesday.

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