Case adjourned of four men accused of Kilcummin break-in

A case involving four men charged in connection with a break-in in Kilcummin will return to court later this month.

The four men appeared before Judge James O’Connor at Tralee District Court.

The four men are charged with entering Aisling House, Coolick, Kilcummin on Wednesday March 22nd as trespassers with intent to commit theft.

Tralee District Court previously heard it is alleged they broke into the property in the middle of the day.

Inspector Tony Sugrue told the court the state was awaiting directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.

Judge James O’Connor adjourned the case until April 26th next.

27-year-old Gerard Knee of 25 Ardren Court, Athy, Co. Kildare and 32-year-old Patrick Quilligan of 19 Yellow Lough Park, Rathangan, Co. Kildare were remanded on continuing bail.

Brothers 33-year-old Michael Mooney of 15 Fr Murphy Park, Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford and 34-year-old Brian Mooney of 25 Fairfield’s Close, Adamstown, Co. Wexford were remanded in continuing custody.

Barrister Desmond Hayes sought to relax bail conditions for Gerard Knee on two dates to allow him attend a wedding and his grandfather’s month’s mind; this was granted.