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Mum Charged with Murder in Farringdon

Thames Valley Police has charged a woman with murder following an incident in Faringdon. Emma Jackson, aged 40 of Bromsgrove, Faringdon, has been charged with one count of murder, by postal notification. It is in connection with an incident in which five year old Tyler Warmington was found dead on 14 March 2017 in Faringdon. he autopsy carried out at a hospital mortuary showed that the primary schoolboy suffered stab wounds to his chest, Thames Valley Police said.

_psEmbed(“https://uknip.photoshelter.com”); The alarm was raised by a member of the public who was believed to have gone to the family home in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, on March 14 at lunchtime. Jackson was arrested at the house and taken to cells at the nearby Abingdon police station. She had been receiving hospital treatment following the incident and was charged via a postal summons. Jackson will appear at Oxford Crown Court on Friday (13/10).

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