Warrant issued for motorist
Published 13/10/2015 | 00:00
Bartlomiej Tokarski (28) of 60 The Green, Clonard, Wexford was named on a warrant made out for his arrest.
He was not in court at Ardcavan to deal with an alleged drink drive offence at Kerlogue on September 27.
However, he turned up later and the warrant was vacated in favour of an adjournment until November 2.
Ross Bolger of no fixed abode and Hayesland in Rosslare Harbour was brought from Cloverhill Prison to meet a burglary charge.
The charge before the court arose from a break in at Wexford Building Supplies in Trinity Street
It was alleged that Bolger was the person seen leaving the premises over a fence after the front door of the business was found smashed in the early hours of September 1.
A second charge alleging robbery at Paul Street on August 28 was being considered by the DPP, the court was informed. The defendant consented to a remand in custody until October 19.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of Thomas Creane (41) of Toberfinnick, Crossabeg when he failed to attend the District Court in Ardcavan on October 5.
He was due to deal with charges alleging thefts from Shaws, from Doyle's Esso and from Applegreen on the Newtown Road in Wexford on various dates earlier this year but there was no sign of him.
Not in court
A warrant was made out for the arrest of Damien Purcell (53) of Flat 1, 2 Mary Street, Wexford when he was not at the District Court in Ardcavan when his name was called.
It was alleged that he was drunk in public at Peter Street in Wexford on September 18.
Will face trial
Colin Roche (37) of 17 Kennedy Park, Wexford appeared in the District Court
Garda Leonard Casey confirmed that the book of evidence had been served on the defendant.
He was formally sent forward for trial at Wexford Circuit Court on a charge of trespass with intent to steal on July 18, 2013 at 1 Sunrise, Carcur
His solicitor said Roche had been making progress on a Team Challenge programme in the UK.
Jonathan McCarthy (20) of 24 Ocean View, Ballyguile, Wicklow Town failed to put in an appearance at the District Court in Wexford on October 5.
He was scheduled to meet a charge alleging that he made off from the Faythe Guesthouse in Wexford on August 29 as prosecuted by Garda Edward Dunne.
Solicitor Sean Lowney had an explanation for the no show, telling Judge Gerard Haughton that the absent defendant was in Cloverhill Prison.
He had been arrested in connection with another matter and was now in custody on remand. Judge Gerard Haughton made out a warrant requiring the authorities at the jail to have McCarthy in court on October 12.