A Convoy man who allegedly attacked a girl and in addition a pet canine has been despatched ahead for trial.
Raymond Duffy, aged 42, appeared at Letterkenny District Courtroom going through various costs.
Garda Sergeant Jim Collins advised the courtroom that the Director of Public Prosecutions had despatched the case ahead for trial by decide and jury on the subsequent sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Courtroom commencing on January twenty fourth, 2024.
Duffy is charged that on April tenth, 2021 at Knockagarron, Convoy, made to Sharleen Duffy a menace intending the mentioned Sharleen Duffy to imagine it will be carried out , to kill or trigger her critical hurt.
He’s additionally charged on the identical date and handle that he did assault one Sharleen Duffy, inflicting her hurt on two events.
Duffy, of Knockagarron, Convoy, can also be charged that on the identical date and on the identical location assault a canine named ‘Fluffy.’
He’s charged that he did punch, kick and hit the Bichon Frisé inflicting it pointless struggling and endangering the well being and welfare of the animal.
The alibi warning was given to Duffy, who was represented by solicitor Patsy Gallagher, by Decide Eiteain Cunningham.
The case was adjourned to the subsequent sitting of Letterkenny Circuit Courtroom in January subsequent.
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