June 22, 2024

A younger man with no earlier convictions has appeared in court docket charged with a spate of 21 totally different burglaries throughout Co Donegal.

Timmy O’Gara, aged 20, appeared at Letterkenny District Courtroom to face the fees.

He was arrested after scores of premises had been damaged into throughout south-west Donegal over a 3 month interval between Might and July this yr.

O’Gara was ultimately arrested by Gardai on August 4th and charged with the crimes.

He’s accused of housebreaking having entered a constructing or a part of a constructing, committing or making an attempt to commit an offence therein.

The alleged burglaries came about at premises in numerous villages throughout rural Donegal together with Cloghan, Kilcar, Glencolmcille, Inver, Carrick, Fintown, Teelin and Killybegs.

All fees are Opposite to Part 12 1b and three of the Legal Justice Act 2001.

O’Gara, of Drimroe, Glencolmcille, was accompanied to court docket by his father.

He didn’t talking in the course of the transient listening to.

His solicitor, Mr Rory O’Brien, stated the alleged offences traversed a few court docket districts however requested for the case to be introduced again to Letterkenny District Courtroom.

Garda Sergeant Jim Collins stated instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions might be required within the case.

Mr O’Brien was granted authorized help for his shopper saying that every one fees come up out of separate incidents.

Choose Ciaran Liddy adjourned the case till November sixth.

Man with no legal report charged with 21 burglaries throughout Donegal was final modified: August thirty first, 2023 by Workers Author