Burglary charge trio told to 'stay out of Cork'
Published 14/02/2013 | 09:26
TWO men who appeared before Judge Brian Sheridan facing charges of burglary in Millstreet were warned to "stay out of Cork," as part of their bail conditions.
Stephen Sutton is charged with burglary at Pound Hill, Millstreet on November 16, 2012 as well as possession of an article.
Mallow District court heard that Mr Sutton of 8 Kolbe, Futland Road, Bray, County Wicklow, was signing on four days a week at Bray Garda. Inspector Tony Sugrue said in addition to Mr Sutton signing on at the station he also wanted him "to stay out of Cork".
Judge Brian Sheridan agreed and the case is to be re-entered on March 5, 2013 for either a plea or to fix a date for full hearing.
Also before the court in relation to the same offence was 53 year-old Myles Connors of 4 Maconey Park, Enniscorthy, County Wexford. He is also charged with burglary at Pound Hill, Millstreet on November 16 along with possession of an article at Lissarda, Macroom on November 22, 2012.
Solicitor Charlie O'Connor said his client was also signing on at his local station four times a week. Inspector Sugrue asked that Mr Connors "stay out of Cork and Kerry," and this was granted.
Charlie O'Connor said his client was "getting married on either February 12 or 13" and asked that his client be excused from signing on the day of his wedding at Enniscorthy Garda station. This was granted by the judge.
The final co-accused, explained solicitor, Michelle O'Mahony was James Connors (30) of 123 Deselby Park, Blessington Road, City West, Dublin, who was also charged with burglary at Pound Hill, Millstreet on November 16, 2012.
Judge Sheridan said he is also to sign on at his Garda station four times a week, with the case up again on March 5.