03 Dec 2021

BREAKING: Man arrested for making 'threats to kill' at Limerick Courthouse

BREAKING: Limerick man arrested for making 'threat to kill' after court case

The incident occurred within the confines of Kilmallock courthouse

A MAN has been arrested and charged following an incident in the confines of a Limerick courthouse during which serious threats were allegedly made.

The incident occurred at Kilmallock Courthouse at around 4pm on Tuesday - some time after the scheduled sitting of the local court had concluded.

A garda spokesperson confirmed to the Limerick Leader that a male, aged in his 20s, was arrested on suspicion of making "threats to kill or cause serious harm against another individual yesterday afternoon, Tuesday, November 9".

The spokesperson added: "He was arrested and has since been charged. He is due to appear before Limerick District Court this morning, Wednesday, November 10 at 10.30am." 

Gardai at Kilmallock are investigating the incident.

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