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Grzegorz Luczynski is charged with possession of a weapon.

Grzegorz Luczynski is charged with possession of a weapon.

Grzegorz Luczynski is charged with possession of a weapon.

A MAN has been accused of possession of a stun gun at a Dublin train station.

Grzegorz Luczynski (27) allegedly had the stun gun on him when he was stopped by gardaí.

Judge John King adjourned the case at Blanchardstown District Court for the accused to decide how he intends to plead.

Mr Luczynski, of Station Road, Allenwood, Naas, Co Kildare, is charged with possession of a weapon.

The incident is alleged to have happened at Fonthill train station, Clondalkin, on June 10, 2020.

Garda Sergeant Maria Callaghan said the DPP was consenting to summary trial of the case in the district court subject to the issue of jurisdiction being considered.

Outlining the prosecution's case, Sgt Callaghan said it would be alleged that gardaí stopped the accused at the station on the day in question and he had a stun gun on his person.

Judge King accepted jurisdiction having heard the summary of alleged facts.

Defence barrister Ciaran MacLoughlin sought disclosure of prosecution documents.

Sgt Callaghan said there was no CCTV evidence but that she would have to clarify this because of the location of the alleged offence.

Mr Luczynski was remanded on continuing bail to appear in court again in October.

The judge certified for a Polish interpreter to be in court on the next date.

The accused has not yet entered a plea.

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