Two males have been barred from areas west Donegal after robbing round €200 of alcohol from a store in Crolly on Monday.
Daniel McGonnell and Sean McGonnell, who have been introduced earlier than Letterkenny District Courtroom on Tuesday, have been advised to from Gweedore, Annagry and Dungloe.
Daniel McGonnell, a 34-year-old of Canal Courtroom, Middletown, Armagh and 30-year-old Sean McGonnell, with an tackle at Rawes Highway, Derrynoose, Keady, have been charged over an incident at O’Donnell’s Mace in Crolly.
They’re charged with stealing an assortment of bottles of alcohol together with vodka and whiskey to the worth of between €180-€200. The offence is opposite to Part 4 of the Prison Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001.
Proof of the arrest, cost and warning of every man was given to the court docket by Sergeant Jim Collins.
Sergeant Collins stated there was no objection to bail, however sought quite a few situations.
Choose Éiteáin Cunningham granted bail provided that the boys keep out of Gweedore, Annagry and Dugloe, save for court docket dates, that they abstain from alcohol, they commit no additional offence and be of fine behaviour and that they not intrude with any witnesses or the alleged injured social gathering.
Authorized support in respect of every man was granted to solicitor Mr Frank Dorrian.
The matter was adjourned to the October 10 sitting of Dungloe District Courtroom.
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