The brother of a woman from Aberdare found dead in Cumbria on Saturday has been charged with her murder.
23-year-old John Jenkin, of Millom, has been charged with the murder of his 58-year-old mother, Alice McMeekin, and sister, Kathryn Jenkin, 20, who is from Aberdare.
On Saturday 8 June 2013, at 8:39am police were called to a property in Newton Street where Mrs McMeekin and Miss Jenkin were tragically found dead with head injuries. The family dog was also found dead.
John Jenkin was arrested on suspicion of murder shortly afterwards.
He will appear at Furness District Magistrates court this morning.
John Jenkin is related to the victims, he is the son of Alice McMeekin and the brother of Kathryn Jenkin.
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