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Monday 11 December 2017

a Cavan resident will be sentenced next month after he admitted threatening an officer of the Criminal Assets Bureau and filing incorrect tax returns.

a Cavan resident will be sentenced next month after he admitted threatening an officer of the Criminal Assets Bureau and filing incorrect tax returns.

Pascal Kelly (49) originally from Dublin, but now with an address at Cormeen, Castlerahan, Ballyjamesduff, pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to knowingly or wilfully delivering to the office of the Collector General an incorrect tax return in connection with income tax for year end assessment of 2003 on October 20, 2004.

He also pleaded guilty that he did utter or send threats to or intimidated or menaced a bureau officer of CAB, namely Detective Garda Mark Gallagher, at CAB offices, Harcourt Square on April 7, 2011.

Sean Gillane SC, defending told Judge Martin Nolan that his client has a third case before the courts but he is still waiting on CCTV footage in relation to this alleged offence.

Counsel asked for a sentence date to be set and said his client will deal with this final case on that date.

Judge Nolan remanded Kelly in continuing custody and adjourned the case to March 20, 2015 for sentence.

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