Woman arrested in connection with man's death in Tipperary due in court today

Woman arrested in connection with man's death in Tipperary due in court today

A woman arrested following the death of a man in Tipperary is due to appear in court today.

The body of a man in his 40s was discovered at an apartment complex in Roscrea town in the early hours of Sunday morning.

It appeared he had been stabbed.

Gardaí say the woman is scheduled to appear before Thurles District Court at 10.30am this morning charged in connection with the investigation.

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