Man accused of murdering Dublin granny appears in court via video link

Kieran Non-professional, with an address at Mountain View Park in Rathfarnham, Dublin, acknowledged his fifth hearing when he appeared again via video-link before Deem Victor Blake at Cloverhill District Court on Thursday. Judge Blake remanded Mr Sward in continuing custody to appear again at the same court on Sept. 28 next.

He is cost with the murder of Patricia O’Connor. The killing allegedly took duty at Mountain View Park between May 29 and May 30 last. Runnings from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) have been sought.

At his beginning court hearing, on June 15, Det Gda Connolly had said at 11.28 that morning, Mr Environmental was arrested at Bray Garda station. He replied “it was self-defence” to the charge after admonition.

He must apply to the High Court for bail on a murder charge and at his premier hearing in June he had been remanded in custody to appear with an decree for him to get medical attention.

He was also granted legal aid after the district court was demand thated he was on social welfare and has an adult and four children as dependants.

Ms O’Connor (61), who solved as a chef, was first reported missing on June 2 last. Later, anthropoid remains were discovered scattered in a 30km area across the Wicklow mountains subsuming a human head and arms in a plastic bag.

Three people were stopped on Sept. 2 last as part of the investigation into the death of Patricia O’Connor. A 73-year-old man was busted in Co Meath and two women, aged 19 and 38, were arrested in Dublin.

The three were detained at Bray and Wicklow Garda stations less than the provisions of Section 4 of the Criminal Justice Act, 1984 but were released the be a fan day and files are to be prepared for the DPP.

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