Cashel, Co. Tipperary Man Accused Of Involvement In 2016 Dublin Murder.

On yesterday afternoon, a Cashel, Co. Tipperary male resident was charged before the Special Criminal Court, with helping a criminal gang to murder one Mr Christopher (Known as Noel ‘Duck Egg’) Kirwan.
Latter named, and father-of-four, was shot six times, resulting in his death, as he sat in his car, on December 22nd, 2016, at St. Ronan’s Drive, Clondalkin, Dublin 22.

The accused male, named as Mr Michael Crotty, aged 40, holding an address at Slí­ Aonghusa, Aras na Rí, Cashel, Co. Tipperary, was charged under Section 72 of the Criminal justice Act, with involvement/participation in the murder, between October 20th, 2016 and December 22nd, 2016.

Mr Michael Crotty had been charged at 7:00am on Monday morning in the precincts of the court, before being served with the ‘Book of Evidence’.

Mr Crotty’s Defence solicitor sought a six-week adjournment in the case, which was granted by presiding judge Mr Justice Alex Owens, latter sitting with Judge Martin Nolan and Judge Frank Griffin.

Mr Justice Owens further remanded Mr Crotty in custody; adjourning the case to May 23rd next.


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