A 17-year-extinct Longford teenager whose six siblings were taken into care closing month has been remanded in detention on foot of alleged knife possession and assaulting his ex-fiancee whereas she lay asleep on a sofa.
The teenager, who does no longer flip 18 till August and who can’t be named, became brought earlier than a various sitting of Longford District on Saturday afternoon.
The court docket heard minute print of how the juvenile, at this time on bail for theft, became allegedly one of two contributors who assaulted his former accomplice at McKeon Park, Farnagh, Longford on April 28th.
Inspector Paddy McGirl said officers arrested the accused on Friday after an alleged burglary incident at 5: 30am. Right thru a notice -up search of a premises at noon, gardaí stumbled on the accused in the firm of his co-accused Charles Reilly (29) from 37 McKeon Park, Longford.
He said when gardaí entered the property, they stumbled on both suspects along with two cell phones, which were believed to were stolen earlier that morning.
When officers approached the teenager, Insp McGirl said the accused tried to fly, prompting gardaí to win off in pursuit.
When he became apprehended a transient whereas later, the court docket became steered the boy became expose in possession of a seven-streak knife.
He became later charged on foot of that incident, along with a part 3 assault on his ex-fiancee and trespass.
A extra charge touching on to an alleged felony injury incident at 17 Ardnacassa Avenue on Would possibly perchance perchance additionally 10th, which resulted in injury being prompted to a female motorist’s windscreen and rear passenger window became additionally handed into presiding Mediate Kevin Kilraine.
Mr Reilly became equally charged with trespass, no insurance and being on the wheel with out conserving a driving licence.
He became remanded in custody with consent to bail to a sitting of Harristown District Court docket next Friday on the proviso an impartial surety of €3,000 is lodged on his behalf.
Insp McGirl said the Instruct may presumably well be objecting to bail in connection to Mr Reilly’s alleged co-accused on the basis he became on bail on the time of the costs.
He additionally published the teenager’s inability to abide by his new bail terms had resulted in 2 Excessive Court docket warrants being issued for breach of bail alongside four separate warrants.
The court docket additionally heard reservations about the boy’s home life with Insp McGirl indicating there were “very diminutive family helps” in feature.
The court docket heard six of the schoolboy’s brothers and sisters had been taken into care.
His mom, Mediate Kilraine became steered, became serene serving out a sentence in the Dochas Centre for women folks in Dublin.
Insp McGirl additionally published the boy’s father didn’t flip up at Longford Garda Position both on Friday or earlier than Saturday afternoon’s court docket sitting despite being contacted by gardaí over his son’s arrest.
Defence solicitor Fiona Baxter argued she harboured “very serious concerns” touching on the strength of proof the Instruct had in picking to prosecute her consumer.
She appealed to Mediate Kilraine to choose against remanding the boy to detention as his father remained significantly sick at home and is on account of undergo surgical operation next Tuesday.
Mediate Kilraine adjourned the teenager’s bail utility and remanded him to Oberstown Detention Centre till next Tuesday.