Man Pleads 'Guilty' To Louth Murder

Man Pleads 'Guilty' To Louth Murder

Elaine Stenson By Elaine Stenson - January 29, 2018

A man has pleaded GUILTY to murdering Irene White in Co Louth almost 13 years ago.

The mother of three was found dead at her home in Dundalk in April 2005.


Mother of three Irene White was found dead at her home at Ice House, Demense Road in Dundalk on the 6th of April 2005.

The 43-year-old had been stabbed a number of times.

Her mother found her body in the kitchen.


This morning, 34-year-old Anthony Lambe of Annadrumman, Castleblayney Co Monaghan was called before the Central Criminal Court.

When the charge of murder was put to him he replied ‘Guilty, Judge.’

More details of the case will be revealed at his sentence hearing this afternoon.

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Elaine Stenson

Broadcast Journalist on Radio Nova with a flair for writing on - I spend my days bringing you all the news you need to know...

I love to travel and I've lived and worked in six countries outside Ireland!

When I'm not at work, I can be found doing yoga or frequenting the pilates studio or else just grabbing an afternoon nap - since starting the 6am shift with Nova, I have developed an obsession with getting a good night's sleep!!

I also love to cook and as you'd expect I'm a complete news junkie at heart.

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