Married mother-of-three, 38, is arrested for ‘stabbing to death neighbour’s boyfriend’

Married mother-of-three, 38, is arrested for ‘stabbing to death neighbour’s boyfriend who took her parking space’ in Dublin

The victim was named locally as Gareth Kelly, 38,  from Donomore Park, DublinHe was attacked as he attempted to jump-start his car and go to work yesterdayHis suspected attacker is a married stay-at-home mother, not known to victim 

Gareth Kelly, 38, from Dublin, was stabbed to death by supposedly mother-of-three in a car parking row

A married stay-at-home mother has been arrested after allegedly stabbing to death a 38-year-old man who took her parking spot. 

The man was attacked as he attempted to jump start his car and go to work, having stayed overnight at his girlfriend’s house in Kingswood, Clondalkin, southwest Dublin.

The victim was named locally as Gareth Kelly, 38, from Donomore Park in Tallaght, south Dublin.

His suspected attacker is a married stay-at-home mother, and it is believed she is suffering from mental health problems. 

It is understood she stabbed him at least three times in the chest at 7am as he attempted to jump start his car.

The pair are not known to one another, and the suspect was arrested near the scene a short time later. 

Detectives suspect the attack stemmed from the ‘minor infraction’ of Mr Kelly parking his car in the wrong space.

The man had been staying with his partner in the Browns Barnwood estate, which is a small cul-de-sac. It is understood he stayed in the estate a couple of nights a week.

The man was attacked as he attempted to jump-start his car and go to work, having stayed overnight at his girlfriend's house in Kingswood, Clondalkin, southwest Dublin

 The man was attacked as he attempted to jump-start his car and go to work, having stayed overnight at his girlfriend’s house in Kingswood, Clondalkin, southwest Dublin



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