A Convoy man has been despatched ahead for trial accused of manufacturing a slash hook whereas stealing a minibus.
A ebook of proof was this week served on Dean Kelly in relation to an incident in Convoy in August, 2022.
Kelly, a 28-year-old with an tackle at The Inexperienced, Essential Road, Convoy, appeared at Letterkenny District Court docket, the place Garda Gillian Web page gave proof of serving him with a ebook of proof.
Kelly has been charged that he, by pressure, did unlawfully seize or train management of a Ford Transit minibus on August 13, 2022 at Essential Road, Convoy.
Kelly can be charged that he did, whereas committing an offence, to wit, illegal seizure of a car, produce in a fashion seemingly unlawfully to intimidate one other particular person an article able to inflicting critical damage, to wit, a slash hook.
Kelly faces an extra cost of assault inflicting hurt to Fergal Pleimean.
Sergeant Gerard Dalton instructed the court docket that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has consented to the accused being forwarded for trial to the current sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court docket.
Decide Ciaran Liddy made an order returning Kelly for trial. Decide Liddy administered the alibi warning and made a piece 56 order in relation to tapes of interviews.
Authorized help was granted to Kelly’s solicitor, Mr Patsy Gallagher. A second authorized counsel was assigned within the case.
At Tuesday’s sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court docket, Mr Peter Nolan BL, representing Kelly, sought witness and displays orders.
Decide John Aylmer adjourned the matter till the January sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Court docket.
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