A Donegal man accused of constructing false stories a couple of physique floating within the water off Bundoran will go on trial.
Books of proof had been served on Nathan Coughlan when he appeared earlier than Ballyshannon District Court docket.
Coughlan has been forwarded to the following sitting of Donegal Circuit Court docket, which commences on March 12.
The 27-year-old, of Silverhill Village, Bundoran, is charged with making bogus calls on February 21, 2021 and April 2, 2021.
On every event, Coughlan claimed that there was a physique floating within the water close to the RNLI Station.
He’s charged with two counts of constructing a false report of a physique floating within the water beside the RNLI Station at Tullan Strand, Bundoran, tending to present rise to apprehension for the security of individuals or property. The cost is opposite to Part 1 (A) of the Felony Legislation Act, 1976.
Coughlan was additionally served with a e book of proof in respect of an incident on March 6, 2021. He’s charged that he entered a constructing generally known as Bundoran Journey Park and did commit an offence, to wit, prison harm to a window and theft of labor instruments.
Coughlan can be charged that on March 7, 2021 he entered the Church of Our Woman, Star of the Sea, Bundoran as a trespasser and tried to commit an arrestable offence, to wit, theft of donations from 4 assortment bins.
Inspector Angela Cummins advised the courtroom that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has directed a return for trial within the case of every cost.
Garda Hussey gave proof of serving the books of proof on Coughlan at Ballyshannon courthouse. Choose Michael Connellan administered the alibi warning and made an order returning Coughlan – who’s at present on bail – for trial.
Authorized help was granted to Coughlan’s solicitor, Mr Rory O’Brien, and one authorized counsel was assigned within the case.
Man to face trial over bogus calls of physique floating in sea off Donegal was final modified: January twenty second, 2024 by