« BackAdjournment in case involving transfer of money for New Zealand visas

A case involving a man – charged with dishonestly inducing five people to transfer money from accounts in Ballybunion, Listowel and Tralee to his, with a view to arranging flights and visas – has been adjourned.

 

Niall Minogue of Woodsgift, Barna, Killkenny is charged with deception with intent of making a gain on dates between April 1st and June 22nd last year.

Listowel Courthouse

 

The amounts involved range from €500 to €3,000.

 

Mr Minogue is also charged with inducing two others to transfer €2,500 and €3,000 from their accounts to arrange visas and flights for New Zealand.

 

Another charge relates to an allegation Mr Minogue induced someone to transfer money to arrange a visa and employment in New Zealand.

 

Mr Minogue appeared at Listowel District Court last Thursday.

 

Following an application for disclosure by solicitor Pat Enright to Con McDonnell Solicitors, Kilkenny, Judge Angela Condon adjourned the case to the October 20th sitting of Listowel District Court.