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The 23-year-old man accused of killing two mothers stabbed to death


A 23-year-old man was accused of killing a young mother found stabbed to death at Merseyside.

The police launched a punishment after Samantha Gosney was knocked several times at an address in St Helens on Saturday.

Adam Brettle, without fixed address, was charged Tuesday night and will appear before Liverpool magistrates on Wednesday.

The accusation came as a disgruntled mother of Samantha, who paid a tribute to her "gorgeous" daughter.

Joan Gosney shared photos of her face on Facebook after being killed on Saturday.

In a single image, a mother of two Samantha, 29, is smiling smiling at a tree with her arms braided over the shoulders of her two sons.

The young mother is seen lighting the room while sitting next to a channel
The young mother is seen lighting the room while sitting next to a channel

By substituting the image, Joan devastated: "It was just to see our wonderful daughter at the sad mortuary."

Another photo depicts Samantha shining on the camera as he sits at the edge of a canal, reports Liverpool Echo.

Her mother said, "I can not believe we lost our child […] you were loved and we all miss you. "

Samantha was found with several stab wounds at an address in St Helens, Merseyside, at 11.40 on Saturday.

She was declared dead on stage.

In a statement last night, Merseyside police said the man was taken to a police station to be interviewed.

"The officers were summoned to a house on Swan Avenue, Derbyshire Hill, at 11.40 on Saturday, to report on an attack on the address," he said.

Samantha, a
Samantha, a "beautiful soul inside and out", was tragically pronounced dead at the scene

"When the officers arrived, they discovered that a 29-year-old female occupation had suffered multiple stab wounds. Shortly after, she was declared dead at the scene.

"The detectives formally identified the victim as Samantha Gosney of Warrington and a post mortem in the home office recorded the cause of death as multiple wounds."

After Samantha's death, Joan shared a link with a JustGiving page created to help the family cover the costs of her funeral.

The page, launched by girlfriend Claire Cameron, aims to raise £ 4,000.

In a moving post, Claire said: "Samantha was a beautiful soul inside and out and lived daily for her two lovely boys and loving family and friends.

"She touched so many people in her short life, and this terrible news has destroyed a loving family, gave a whole city to the core and swept away millions of hearts.

The close ones visited the scene on Swan Avenue to leave floral tributes
The close ones visited the scene on Swan Avenue to leave floral tributes

"We try to raise enough money by kind donations from those who know and love her, to arrange the most beautiful funeral they deserve so much and to support their family and sons in this most holy time."

Samantha's death caused an outpouring of pain from loved ones who visited the scene on Swan Avenue to leave floral tributes.

A 43-year-old woman from Warrington, a 45-year-old from Warrington and a 67-year-old woman from St Helens were arrested for suspicion of assisting an offender.

They were released on conditional bail.

Anyone who has information about the incident is kindly requested to send the Merseyside Police social media message via Twitter @MerPolCC or Facebook Merseyside Police CC.

You can also call 101 by citing the incident reference 18400045065 or contact Crimestoppers independently by anonymous charity on 0800 555 111 or through your online form

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