May 19, 2024

A person is to be sentenced earlier than the Circuit Court docket after pleaded responsible to slashing his spouse with a damaged glass.

Carl Hargaden tendered a signed plea when he appeared earlier than Letterkenny District Court docket immediately.

Hargaden admitted finishing up the assault on his spouse who wanted cosmetic surgery in a Galway hospital after the incident.

The 61-year-old, with an tackle at Flax Fields in Convoy, will now go earlier than Letterkenny Circuit Court docket, the subsequent session of which commences on April 23.

Sergeant Maurice Doyle informed the Court docket that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has consented for the accused to be despatched ahead on a signed plea.

Authorized help was granted to solicitor Mr Patsy Gallagher and one authorized counsel was assigned.

Decide Éiteáin Cunningham administered the alibi warning to Hargaden, who was delivered to courtroom by jail escort from Castlerea Jail, the place he’s in custody.

Hargaden was alleged to have slashed Anna Hargaden’s cheek, wrist and neck with a damaged glass throughout an incident at Flax Fields, Convoy on Sunday, January 28.

Hargaden was initially granted bail, however had it revoked simply 24 hours later when he was arrested for one more offence.

Hargaden is charged with assaulting Anna Hargaden inflicting her hurt, opposite to Part 3 of the Non-Deadly Offences In opposition to the Individual Act, 1997.

The courtroom beforehand heard that Hargaden minimize the again of the girl’s head with the identical implement. The girl additionally sustained accidents to her neck and jaw within the incident.

Hargaden was additionally charged with breaking the girl’s glasses and with taking her cell phone.

Through the incident, Hargaden claimed to have positioned the girl’s cell phone in a fridge, however the cellphone was situated exterior the premises on Monday.

Man to be sentenced at Letterkenny Circuit Court docket after admitting slashing spouse neck was final modified: April fifteenth, 2024 by Workers Author