Jobless man on vandal charge Man faces trial over robbery
AN unemployed man has been charged with breaking into a garda credit union and smashing up its doors.
Patrick Carroll (35) is alleged to have damaged a wooden fire door and a conference room door during the burglary.
The defendant, of Kilclare Gardens, Tallaght, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with burglary and criminal damage.
The alleged incident took place at St Raphael's Garda Credit Union, Clondalkin, on January 30 last.
Carroll was remanded in custody to appear before Cloverhill District Court in one week. He did not apply for bail.
Man faces trial over robbery
A man accused of producing a carving knife in a supermarket and demanding cash from a worker has been sent forward for trial.
Keith Kelly (35) is alleged to have robbed the male assistant of nearly €1,000 cash in the incident in Clondalkin earlier this year.
The defendant, of Neilstown Park in Clondalkin, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with robbery and possession of a large carving knife at Spar supermarket, Woodford Shopping Centre, on March 5 last.
Kelly goes forward to the next sittings of Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.