Limerick man accused of damaging neighbour’s tyres

Limerick Courthouse

Limerick Courthouse


A COUNTY Limerick man was granted bail after he appeared in court charged with causing hundreds of euro worth of damage to cars belonging to two of his neighbours.

Jeffrey Kelly, aged 22, who has an address at Ross Fearna, Murroe is accused of committing the offences near his home during the early hours of New Year’s Day.

It is alleged that he damaged two tyres on one of the vehicles and four on the other.

At Limerick Court, Sergeant Donal Cronin said there was no garda objection to bail but he requested that a number of conditions be imposed.

Mr Kelly was ordered to live at his home address and he must not have any contact with the owners of the two cars.

Judge Eugene O’Kelly said the accused should consider himself lucky that he was being released on bail and he commented that if he breaches either of conditions, he will “have very little hesitation” in revoking his bail.

The case was adjourned to March 28, next for for DPP’s directions.


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