A technical report is awaited within the case of a person charged with a hit-and-run collision during which a nine-year-old boy was killed in Bundoran.
Sergee Kelly has been charged in reference to the September collision that resulted within the dying of Ronan Wilson from Kildress in County Tyrone.
Ronan was killed within the incident on Atlantic Method at round 9.20pm on September 23, 2023.
Kelly, a 23-year-old with an tackle at Higher Mullaghmore, County Sligo, has been charged with three offences underneath the Highway Visitors Act, and is at the moment on bail underneath strict situations.
Kelly was earlier than Ballyshannon District Court docket on Friday.
The courtroom heard that instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) are excellent. A file in relation to the case is at ‘a complicated stage’ and a technical report is awaited earlier than the file is submitted to the DPP, the courtroom was knowledgeable.
Choose Ciaran Liddy remanded Kelly on bail to look once more on April 19, 2024.
Gardai seized a automobile in reference to their probe into the incident and a technical examination was carried out.
Kelly has been charged that, having been the motive force of a automobile, which was concerned within the prevalence of damage to Ronan Wilson, did fail to supply stated particular person help.
He has additionally been charged with failing to cease and with failing to stay on the scene.
At a earlier courtroom listening to Detective Garda Shane Maye of Ballyshannon Garda station gave proof of the arrest, cost and warning of Kelly who, when charged, informed detectives: “It was mistaken and I ought to have stopped, however I didn’t.”
Kelly later informed investigating officers: “I ought to have, however I didn’t.”
Kelly has surrendered his passport and should signal on 3 times every week at Ballyshannon Garda Station. He was ordered to don’t have any contact, both straight or not directly, to incorporate social media, with any of the prosecution witnesses within the case.
His cell phone was seized by gardai and he has been prohibited from coming into Bundoran.
In October, his bail situations have been up to date by the courtroom and he was ordered to remain out of Northern Eire.
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