Tragic Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan is set to be laid to rest alongside alongside her beloved late father, MailOnline can reveal. The singer is expected to be buried on the family plot in a cemetery, near her hometown of Friarstown, in a quiet corner of southern Ireland. Her funeral is expected within the next few days and a week after her sudden death at the age of 46 in a Park Lane hotel room.
Police have charged two men on suspicion of murder after a model was stabbed to death, in what's believed to be a robbery which went wrong. Harry Uzoka, who was on the books of Premier Model Management, died from a single stab wound. Detectives have charged George Koh, 24, from Camden, and Jonathan Okigbo, 23, from Kentish Town, with murder, while Koh is also facing charges of possessing an offensive weapon. Koh was arrested on Sunday and Okigbo was arrested yesterday, Scotland Yard said.
A male fashion model has been stabbed to death near his home in what is browned to be a robbery which went wrong. Harry Uzoka, who was on the books of a Premier Model Management, died from a single stab wound. Neighbours on Old Oak Road, East Acton, reported a shout of 'hand it over ' in the melee which involved several men. Mr Uzoka, 25, staggered into the street from a housing estate before collapsing. Today the area around Ollgar House in Ollgar Close was sealed off by police.
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