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Saturday 19 April 2014

Man charged with arson attack

A MAN charged with the attempted arson of Killarney Garda Station has been barred from entering Killarney town centre, ordered to stay away from all gardaí and put under a 24 hour curfew.

A MAN charged with the attempted arson of Killarney Garda Station has been barred from entering Killarney town centre, ordered to stay away from all gardaí and put under a 24 hour curfew.

Joe Bartlett (25) of 5 Deerpark Crescent, Killarney appeared before Tralee District Court on Thursday charged with arson at Killarney Garda Station on August 3 2013.

The charge against him relates to an alleged arson attack on the front wall of the garda station.

Joe Bartlett, who was represented in court by solicitor Brendan Bradley, was released on €1,000 cash bail, subject to a number of strict conditions, to appear before Killarney District Court on September 3 2013.

He is barred from entering Killarney town centre and is ordered not to go anywhere beyond the railway bridge. He is also subject to a 24 hour curfew and will be allowed leave his home only to go to work. The conditions also stipulate that he must take the most direct route possible between his home and his place of work.

Judge John O'Neill also ordered that he have no contact, either personally or through another person, with any gardaí. He has also been ordered to hand over his passport and any other travel documents and to abstain from drugs and alcohol.

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