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Woman accused of great-grandmother Daisy Myring murder

Category: England

Published: 9th Jun 2011 22:01:42

A woman from Staffordshire has been charged with the murder of a great-grandmother from the West Midlands.

Daisy Myring, 92, was found with a head injury at home in Brownhills, Walsall, on 31 May. She died of her injuries.

Three people, a woman aged 32, a man aged 40 and a woman aged 36, were arrested in connection with the death.

The 36-year-old woman, from Norton Canes, was charged with murder and is due before Walsall magistrates on Friday.

The others were released on bail.

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