A MAN has been charged with murder after a ''beautiful'' mum-of-four was found dead at a house in North Wales.
Cops investigating the death of Coop worker Jade Ward, 27, charged 29-year-old Russell Norman James Marsh, with murder.
He has been held in police custody and will appear before a special court on Monday.
Loving tributes have been pouring in for the mum who was found dead in Shotton on Thursday.
Scores of floral tributes, photographs, written messages, candles and teddies have been left on the pavement of the property as neighbours released balloons in Jade's memory.
'A PIECE OF EVERYBODY IN THE COMMUNITY HAS GONE'
Detective chief inspector Jon Salisbury-Jones of North Wales police said: "I would like to thank the local community for all the valuable assistance they have provided."
Zack Robinson, the woman's cousin, said: "It's a piece of everybody in the community who has gone. It will never be the same without her."
Taylor Wesley said: "She had four beautiful boys. It's very, very tragic.
"We were best mates. She was my soul sister. We used to go on day trips.
''There was never a day we didn't see each other. She had four kids and I have four as well.
"She was a much-loved member of the community, a devoted mother who lived and breathed for her children and worked part-time.
"There's a feeling of total shock in the local area."
The mum's mourning sister has set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for Jade's children which has raised more than £9000.
She wrote: "Our beautiful Jade was sadly taken from us on the 26th august 2021 in such a cruel and sad way!
"Our lives will never be the same without you baby girl a piece of us all went with you Jade."
She added they wished to raise money for Jade's sons to help them "have the best start" after the tragic incident and "give them the best Christmas".
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