Trio accused of putting Wexford family in fear
Published 20/02/2016 | 00:00
Three people were ordered to stay away from the Connors family in Drinagh when they appeared before New Ross District Court last week.
Tanya O'Brien (27), Hawthorne Cottage, Sparrowsland, Bree, Enniscorthy was charged with making threats and putting people in fear and the production of a golf club during the course of a dispute.
David Doyle (48), was charged with making threats and putting people in fear and the production of a wooden bat during the course of a dispute.
Jimmy Sinnott, Hawthorn Cottage, Sparrowsland, Bree, Enniscorthy was charged with making threats and putting people in fear, production of a tyre lever during the course of a dispute d dangerous driving narrowly avoiding Paddy and Ger Connors.
All offences occurred at Rosmount in Drinagh on August 16, 2015.
The court heard that it was alleged that all three went to Connors' home and threatened members of the family on the date in question.
A number of hours later it is alleged that Sinnott returned to the house and drove in a dangerous manner hitting Billy Connors and a pier.
The court remanded all three on bail until April 12 to allow for the preparation of the Book of Evidence.
All three were directed to stay away from Rosemount in Drinagh and to have no contact with the Connors family who live there. Sinnott was also placed on a curfew from 11pm until 7am.