I knew nothing about 083 mobile phone number - Dwyer's sister
GRAHAM Dwyer's sister has told the Central Criminal Court she knew nothing about an 083 mobile phone number gardaí questioned her about.
Asked about birthday and anniversary cards Mr Dwyer sent to her and her family to her home in Tipperary, Mandy Wroblewski said that, sometimes, the address would be misspelled.
Ms Wroblewski (née Dwyer) was the 148th witness to be called by the prosecution to give evidence in her brother's trial.
Mr Dwyer (42), of Kerrymount Close, Foxrock, has pleaded not guilty to the murder of Ms O'Hara (36) at Killakee, Rathfarnham on August 22, 2012.
Ms Wroblewski told the court that she was not in a position to say who had written the addresses as, she said, her brother and his wife Gemma's handwriting were similar.
She said that the number she had for her brother was 087 2100407 and that the only phone she remembered him having was a HTC phone; she never remembered seeing him with a Nokia.
Ms Wroblewski was asked about an 083 number previously mentioned in the trial, but said she didn't recognise it.
She was told it was registered to a person called Goroon Caisholn and with an address of Oak Lawn, Clerihan, Tipperary. She said she didn't know anybody by that name and didn't recognise the first line of the address as being in her area.
The witness was shown the 086 number given at the time the 083 number was purchased. She agreed it was similar to her brother's number apart from one digit.
Ms Wroblewski said she didn't know anyone with that number.
The trial continues before Mr Justice Tony Hunt and a jury of seven men and five women.