Man charged with burglary at woman’s home in Dublin
A 55-YEAR-YEAR old man has been remanded in custody charged with burglary and motor theft at the home of a woman in north Dublin.
There will be a garda objection to bail being granted to William Deans from Rutland Cottages in Dublin 1, Judge William Hamill was told on Monday.
He is charged with burglary and motor theft at Thatch Cottage, Dardistown, Cloghran, Co. Dublin on Friday.
Gardai arrested the man in the Ballybough area in Dublin on Saturday and he was detained at Ballymun Garda Station under Section Four of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.
The 55-year-old was brought to be appear before Judge Hamill at Dublin District Court on Monday.
Garda Robert English told the court that on Sunday evening Mr Deans “made no reply to these charges” and he was then handed a true copy of the charge sheets. Gda
English said he intended to object to bail being granted to Mr Deans.
Defence solicitor Aine Flynn said a bail application was not being made at this stage. Mr Deans, dressed in a white V-necked jumper, striped shirt, runners and navy tracksuit bottoms, spoke only to confirm the name of his solicitor.
He was granted free legal aid and was remanded in custody to appear again on Wednesday at Cloverhill District Court.