Man and woman to appear in court charged in relation to death of Dublin man
Published 09/01/2014 | 21:26
A man and a woman are both due to appear in court charged in relation to the death of Thomas Horan tomorrow morning.
The man, in his twenties, will appear at the Dublin District Court at the Criminal Courts of Justice at 10.30am tomorrow.
His sister, in her thirties, will also appear in court.
Thomas Horan (63) of Cambridge Court, Ringsend, Dublin was found dead at home in a senior citizens’ complex in the early hours of Monday morning.
Superintendent Dave Taylor said the post mortem showed that said he died as a result of internal injuries.
He said the dead man was separated from his wife and has been living in Ringsend for about four years.
He said: "Thomas was a quiet man, very well-respected by his neighbours and he enjoyed his music.
"Cambridge Court is an old folks' home and approximately 40 people live there.
"Thomas was a 63-year-old man, he was originally from Mullingar, he was separated who lived at the complex there.
"He was a very quiet, inoffensive man, very popular with his neighbours."