Dublin man guilty of theft spree across Wexford
Published 24/11/2015 | 00:00
A DUBLIN man who pleaded guilty to a number of charges has had his sentence adjourned to allow for the preparation of a Probation and Welfare report.
Garret Quinn, of 33 Moorefield Avenue, Clondalkin, Dublin, pleaded guilty at Wexford Circuit Criminal Court to a number of burglary and theft charges in various locations across Wexford.
Among the charges were:
Stealing a black GAA Cul Camp Bag containing documentation and an MP3 player valued at €40 from Eddie Hogan, at Ballinaslaney, Oylegate, on August 13, 2014;
Burglary at Jordan's Bar, Murrintown, Wexford, and theft of cash to amount of €446.50, and a golf buggy valued at €200, property of Ken Jordan;
Theft of property valued at €20, belonging to Louise Ahearn at 44 Pinewood Estate, Wexford, on August 13, 2014;
Taking of a vehicle at Ballinaslaney, Oylegate, on August 13, 2014, property of James Nolan;
Theft of Tricircle key and a Safepass, property of Joseph Nolan to amount of €800 at Ballinaslaney, Oylegate, on August 13, 2014;
Burglary at Slaney Inn pub, and theft of €30 cash and three Kit-Kat bars, property of William Kavanagh.
Defence Counsel, David Perry, asked for an adjournment of sentence to allow for the preparation of a Probation and Welfare report.
Judge Barry Hickson adjourned sentencing the January sessions of the court.