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Sunday 11 December 2016

Man is sent for trial on alleged kill threats

'Judge David McHugh gave Mr Crosby the formal alibi caution and assigned defence solicitor Joe McNally and one junior counsel on free legal aid.' (stock photo)
'Judge David McHugh gave Mr Crosby the formal alibi caution and assigned defence solicitor Joe McNally and one junior counsel on free legal aid.' (stock photo)

A young man accused of threatening to kill another individual has been sent forward for trial.

Daniel Crosby (24) is also alleged to have made a threat to damage property.

He was served with the book of evidence at Blanchardstown District Court.

The accused, with an address at St Joseph's Way in Ballymun, is charged with making a threat to kill or cause serious harm.

The incident allegedly took place at McKee Avenue in Finglas on July 6, 2015.

He is also charged with damaging a back passenger window of a car at the same time and place.

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Mr Crosby is further accused of making a threat to cause damage to a property at Ballygarra Park in Garristown.

Crosby will go forward to the next sittings of Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Judge David McHugh gave Mr Crosby the formal alibi caution and assigned defence solicitor Joe McNally and one junior counsel on free legal aid.

Mr Crosby has not yet indicated a plea to the charges.

Judge McHugh also ordered a video copy of an interview with the accused be handed to his legal team.

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