A Kerry man has been arrested on foot of six arrest warrants and appeared in court charged with deception, including false instrument, totalling hundreds of thousands of euro.
41-year-old David McMahon, was arrested yesterday afternoon at Dublin Airport.
He appeared before a special sitting of Cork District Court.
David McMahon, who’ll now reside in Ashgrove, Ballyvelly, Tralee, was arrested at Dublin Airport on foot of six arrests warrants.
He was charged with six counts of deception and false instrument in Tralee before 4 o’clock, this morning; Mr McMahon made no reply when charged.
Some of charges relate to dishonestly inducing bank managers to lodge money into Premier Irish Golf Tours LTD’s account.
Mr McMahon’s solicitor Padraig O'Connell made an application for medical treatment to be assigned to Mr McMahon stating he was vulnerable and fragile; this application was granted.
David McMahon was remanded in custody and is due to appear before the court again on Monday (August 15th).