Waitress accused of murdering colleague told paramedic 'he shouldn't have been there', court hears - Mirror.co.uk

A waitress accused of murdering her colleague by driving him into a harbour, allegedly told a paramedic: “He shouldn't have been there”. The medical worker was giving evidence to the Central Criminal Court in Dublin, Ireland, on the second day of ...

Car plunge victim 'shouldn't have been there' - The Times (subscription)

A woman charged with murdering her colleague by driving him into a harbour told a paramedic “he shouldn't have been there, I drove the car into the water”, a jury was told yesterday. The paramedic was giving evidence at Dublin central criminal court on ...

Wicklow trial hears woman shouted 'rape' on day of alleged murder - Newstalk 106-108 fm

A witness in a Wicklow murder trial has told the jury she heard a woman screaming “rape” around the same time of the alleged killing. Marta Herda of Pairc na Saile, Emoclew Road, Arklow, is accused of murdering her Hungarian colleague by deliberately ...

Arklow pier murder accused 'lured deceased out to his death' - Irish Times

A woman charged with murdering her colleague by driving him into a harbour, where he drowned, told a paramedic: “He shouldn't have been there. I drove the car into the water,” her trial has heard. The paramedic was giving evidence to the Central ...

Woman heard arguing on phone in car, murder trial told - Irish Times

The trial of a woman charged with murdering her colleague has heard that a witness noticed a woman arguing on the phone in a car shortly before the accused is alleged to have driven him into a deep harbour, where he drowned. Paul Hickey was giving ...

Latest: Wicklow murder accused seen arguing on phone that morning, court hears - BreakingNews.ie

Update 4.44pm: A jury in the trial of a woman accused of murdering her colleague has heard there was a series of calls made between them in the hours before his death. Paul Hickey was on his way to work at around 5:20am that morning and said he saw a ...

Woman 'drove colleague into sea to kill him' - The Times (subscription)

A woman accused of murdering her colleague by driving him into a deep harbour was aware that he could not swim, a court has heard. Marta Herda, 29, is alleged to have driven her car in which Csaba Orsas, 31, was a passenger through crash barriers at ...

Hotel waitress on trial accused of murdering colleague by driving him into harbour - Irish Mirror

A hotel waitress went on trial today accused of murdering her colleague by driving him into a deep harbour, knowing he could not swim. The prosecutor told the jury that Marta Herda, 29, could swim and had her window down when she ploughed her car ...

Woman in court accused of murdering a man by driving her car into a harbour - Newstalk 106-108 fm

A woman has gone on trial accused of murdering a Hungarian man by driving a car he was a passenger in off a harbour in Co. Wicklow. The prosecution claims Marta Herda of Pairc na Saile, Emoclew Road in Arklow, Co. Wicklow knew her alleged victim ...

Woman on trial for murdering man by driving him into harbour - Irish Times

A 29-year-old woman has gone on trial charged with murdering her colleague in Wicklow by driving him into a deep harbour, where he drowned. The prosecutor has told the jury that Marta Herda could swim and knew the deceased could not when she drove ...

Woman accused of murder by deliberately driving into sea - RTE.ie

A 29-year-old woman has gone on trial charged with murdering a man by deliberately driving into the sea at Arklow in Co Wicklow three years ago. Marta Herda, with an address at Pairc na Sáile in Arklow, denies murdering 31-year-old Csaba Orsas on 26 ...