A man has been summoned to appear in court for the accusation of killing his wife in North Berwick.

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A man, aged 37, has been charged with killing his wife on January 1st and has made an appearance in court.

Naso, also known as Keotshepile Isaacs, was discovered deceased at a residence in North Berwick, a coastal town in Scotland, on January 1st.

Her husband, Mompati Dodo Isaacs, entered no plea to the charge of murder at Edinburgh sheriff court on Friday afternoon. He was remanded in custody and is due to appear in court again in the next eight days.

On January 1st at 8:20am, authorities were summoned to a residence on Craigleith Avenue in North Berwick following a reported concern. Medical responders declared Naso deceased upon arrival.

On January 2nd, Mompati Dodo Isaacs was taken into custody for the suspicion of being involved in his wife’s passing.

Naso Isaacs, who hails from Otse, a village located in the south-east region of Botswana, is reported to have three sons and has been residing in the United Kingdom since last year.

According to a resident, the incident has shocked the entire town of North Berwick as tragedies like this are uncommon.

The authorities came to this location on the morning of New Year’s Day and have remained here since then. She was a caring mother to her sons, who must be extremely heartbroken.

After hearing about the passing in the local media, friends from Botswana expressed their condolences on social media. Bambi Motsomatshukudu shared, “May Naso Isaacs’s lovely soul find peace as we seek solace in the Lord.”

Buciecieweh Boitshepho Thabangana expressed their condolences by stating, “It is difficult to bear. May your soul find peace, dear friend.”

Police in Scotland reported that at approximately 8:20am on January 1, 2024, they received a call regarding a property on Craigleith Avenue in North Berwick. Emergency services responded and a 33-year-old woman was declared deceased at the location. A 37-year-old man has been taken into custody in relation to the death and investigations are ongoing.

Source: theguardian.com

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