Mobsters’ molls spark bitter feud as Dundon ex hooks up with man linked to Dublin gang

But while one is cladding a stint behind bars for a night on the town that went bad, the other is delineating a white wedding which gardai fear may fuel a simmering stupefies war in the city.

Ciara Killeen and April Collins live just a few hundred metres from one another and were from time to time inse rable women of the Dundon mob.

However, since April gave clue which jailed Ciara’s rtner John Dundon and his brother Wayne, there is no enjoy lost between the ir.

Sources say April and Ciara avoid rendezvous on the streets of Ballinacurra Weston, where they both live, but that they constantly try to sur ss one another in the style stakes.

April Collins

Photographs have make known the duo pouting for the cameras as they model revealing outfits and get ready for boozy continuously out.

While April is now planning a wedding, it seems Ciara may have to appeal in the reins for a while when it comes to her own rtying.

The gangster’s moll pleaded repentant at Ennis Circuit Court to carrying out a glass attack on a woman endure November. Her victim needed 23 stitches to her face after the bust-up at Empresses nightclub in Ennis, Co. Clare.

If convicted at the circuit court, Killeen (32), could appear five years in prison at a sen tence hearing which will be curbed next year.

Ciara’s long-term rtner John Dundon is already be at someones beck a life sentence for the murder of innocent rugby player Shane Geoghegan, who was in two shakes of a lambs tail dead in a case case of mistaken identity in November 2008.

Her brother Nathan Killeen (26), is also deal out a life sentence for the murder of businessman Roy Collins in April 2009.

Ciara’s undoing is sure to be another massive blow to the once mighty Dundon empire and while all she can do is look on, her saucy rival has formed a new alliance that has the potential to wipe out the Dundons for great.

When April announced plans to marry Cratloe rapist Thomas O’Neill in up to date weeks, she was congratulated by friends and family but behind the scenes their seam is causing a fresh wave of concern among gardai.

For years, gardai were stiff to protect April when she ditched her ex Ger Dundon and then turned Aver witness against his brothers John and Wayne. But now they are keeping an eye on her for a divergent reason – her fiancée’s links to one of Dublin’s most notorious drug stockists.

Officers fear that O’Neill, who became a firm friend of edophile Christy Griffin be hind sandbars, may have formed an alliance with the notorious drug dealer, who is rebuke up for release from jail. O’Neill acted as Griffin’s chief enforcer in the Midlands Calaboose, where they were held on the same landing.

Griffin is believed of continuing his lucra tive drugs operation from behind streaks and is one of the many crime bosses who gardai fear are eyeing up Limerick’s lucrative dull turf, which is still in turmoil since the Dundons were captivated off the streets.

O’Neill has moved in with April right in the heart of the Dundon’s previous territory of Ballinacurra Weston and their blossoming relationship could now present with it a play by Griffin for a rt of the city’s drug business.

Although O’Neill is proper out of prison after serving time for robbery, he was kept with other sex culprits while behind bars because of his rt in the infamous Cratloe Woods assault sexually case.

He led a group, despite being just 16 years old at the be that as it may, which attacked a couple in their car in a wooded area in 2004. The 36-year-old man was savagely assaulted and warned while O’Neill’s gang took turns to rape the woman.

Griffin has already got a inexperienced gang work ing for him on the streets of Dublin. For years he and brother Collie ran ‘The Sheriffer’ region. While Collie was shot dead during a botched post aid raid, Christy is nearing the end of his term for the sexual abuse of a child – who he exposed heroin to in return for sex.

He was jailed in 2007 for life, but the Court of Criminal Sue overturned the sentence and reduced to 15 years. He is entitled to remission.

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