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Wednesday 15 August 2018

Suspect faces robbery trial

A YOUNG man accused of robbing a member of staff in a bookmakers has been sent forward for trial.

Graham Emerson (21) allegedly stole €100 during the robbery in west Dublin.

He is facing trial by judge and jury in the Circuit Court after the matter was deemed to be too serious for the District Court.

Emerson, of Dromheath Drive, Mulhuddart, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with robbery.

The alleged incident took place at Boyle Sports bookmakers, the Crescent Shopping Centre, Mulhuddart on August 8, 2009.

Judge Lindsay remanded Emerson on bail in his own bond of €100.



Man accused of beer kegs theft

A JOBLESS man has appeared in court charged with stealing 60 empty beer kegs from a Dublin pub.

Andrei Gajin (40) allegedly stole the beer kegs worth €6,000.

Judge John Lindsay adjourned the matter for six weeks for DPP's directions on the charge.

Gajin, of Woodview Park in Castleknock, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with theft.

The alleged incident took place at Myos Bar, Main Street , Castleknock, on August 10.

Judge Lindsay adjourned the matter to October for DPP's directions.



Dad charged



with hold-up

A FATHER-of-three accused of robbing a convenience store assistant is facing trial on the charge.

David Mooney (26) is alleged to have stolen over €1,000 from the shop assistant during the robbery in west Dublin.

The defendant, with an address at Kevin Street, Dublin 8, appeared before Tallaght District Court charged with robbery.

The alleged incident took place at Centra, St Enda's Drive, in Rathfarnham, on January 18.

Judge James McDonnell adjourned the matter for six weeks.

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