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Man for trial on robbery charge

A DUBLIN man has been sent for trial accused of attacking, beating up and robbing a woman of her mobile phone.

Tadhg Delaney (41) allegedly left the victim with facial injuries following a roadside assault.

He had a book of evidence served on him at Blanchardstown District Court.

The accused, of Maple House, North Circular Road, is charged with robbery and assault at Main Street, Celbridge, Co Kildare, last January 19.

It is alleged that the woman had been subjected to a "sustained and violent attack".

Judge David McHugh sent the defendant for trial to Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.

Ex-husband breached order

A MAN who breached court orders that his ex-wife took out against him has been put on a peace bond for a year.

Ronan O'Reilly (49) was also fined €100 at Dublin District Court.

O'Reilly, of Admiral Park, Baldoyle, admitted breaching a protection order and interim barring order last July 16 and 31.

The court heard he was drunk, shouted at his ex-wife at the top of his voice, grabbed her wrists and took her phone.

Judge James Faughnan said he could not make O'Reilly address his alcohol issues.

Drunk roared at passers-by

A DRUNKEN man who was arrested for hurling abuse at passers-by in Dublin city centre has been given a two-month suspended sentence.

Clive Buckley (32), of Cappaghmore Estate, Clondalkin, admitted public intoxication and breach of the peace at Aston Quay last April 25.

Dublin District Court heard gardai found him roaring and shouting at members of the public.

The day before, he had been arrested for his own safety when he was found trying to walk while drunk in Church Lane.

Judge Alan Mitchell suspended the sentence for six months.