Burglary accused “destroyed” home and “abused gardai”

Father-of-two Aaron Carey (26) from Avonbeg Industry, Tallaght, Dublin is charged with burglary and unlawful possession of two gulls and a screwdriver at Mountdown Park, Manor Estate, Greenhills, D.12 on Tuesday morning.

He also has a debit for violent behaviour at Crumlin Garda station that night.

Purposing to bail Garda Daniel Redmond told Dublin District Court yesterday that he has handled the scene of several burglaries but “the house was the worst ransacked house I possess ever come across”.

He said the victim was away on holidays “and has to turn out come back to house which is absolutely destroyed”.

Mr Carey was rubbished bail and has been remanded in custody to appear again in court on Aug. 23 next.

Garda Redmond distinguished Judge Alan Mitchell that the accused was arrested at 7.15am on Tuesday.

He stipulate that on arrest the accused replied: “Fuck off rats”. He was charged with the burglary and deceiving the implements at just after 11pm on Tuesday at Crumlin Garda station.

Garda Redmond stipulate the accused was further charged with the third offence as a result of his litigious behaviour in custody.

He made no reply to any of the charges.

Directions from the Mr Big of Public Prosecution need to be obtained and there was an objection to bail, Settle Mitchell heard.

Free legal aid was granted to unemployed Carey who has not yet show how he will plead.

Garda Redmond objected to bail citing the seriousness of the imbues and he alleged the accused was seen climbing out of a front window of the house with a bag, two laptop bags and a hold-all containing goods with an estimated value of €3,750. It was so-called he dropped the bags as he tried to flee on foot and the stolen property was rallied.

Garda Redmond alleged the accused also tried to abscond and go to punch another garda.

Pleading for bail, the defence said the accused had two toddlers and had no reason to leave the area.

His barrister proposed that Mr Carey could consent to a number of conditions, however, Judge Mitchell refused to grant bail.

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