June 22, 2024

A Decide has prolonged time for the service of a e-book of proof within the case of a Glencolmcille man charged with a knife assault.

Adam McIntyre has been charged with offences regarding an incident in Glencolmcille final April.

At this week’s sitting of Glenties District Court docket, his solicitor, Ms Maureen Gallagher, was knowledgeable that the e-book of proof was nonetheless not served.

“This has been adjourned on three events now,” Ms Gallagher instructed the court docket. “We’re nonetheless ready on the service of the e-book.”

Inspector Rosaleen Logue stated the e-book was attributable to be prepared, however ‘the climate situations dictated in any other case’. Inspector Logue instructed Decide Éiteáin Cunningham that she was happy that the e-book was now ‘imminent’.

Ms Gallagher requested that the matter be marked peremptory towards the State.

Decide Cunningham stated she was not going to take action on this event and granted an extension of time for the service of the e-book of proof. The matter was adjourned till February 28.

McIntyre, a 30-year-old of Marion Avenue in Glencolmcille is charged with assaulting Darragh O’Gara inflicting him hurt, an offence opposite to Part 3 of the Non-Deadly Offences Towards The Individual Act 1997 at Cashel, Glencolmcille on April 23, 2023.

McIntyre is charged that whereas committing an offence, specifically assault inflicting hurt, that he produced a flick knife. He’s additional charged that he was in possession of a knife which had a blade or was sharply pointed.

Mcintyre can also be charged that on April 24 at Ascal Mhuire, Glencolmcille, he had a ‘Morakniv’ black-handled knife and a ‘Victorinox’ black-handled knife, which had a blade which was sharply pointed.

Man in court docket for alleged knife assault in Glencolmcille was final modified: January twenty fifth, 2024 by Employees Author