Lucan man charged with harassing three neighbours
By Brendan Grehan
A LUCAN man, charged with harassing three of his neighbours, had his case remanded by Blanchardstown District Court.
Thomas Kelly allegedly installed a camera in his back garden pointing at his neighbours.
The court had previously accepted jurisdiction in Thomas Kelly’s case.
Kelly, aged 64, with an address at Weir View, Lucan, is charged with two counts of harassing a named male at Weir View, Lucan, on dates between July 1 and July 15, 2016.
He is also charged with harassing another man at another address at Weir View on a date between February 1, 2016 and February 12, 2016. Kelly is also charged with harassing another man at another address at Weir View on a date between February 1 and February 12, 2016.
The court had heard it will be alleged that Kelly installed a camera in his back garden which was pointed at three neighbour’s houses.
Kelly’s solicitor, Yvonne Buckley, told Judge David McHugh that she would need full disclosure in the case. She said there might be an issue with Kelly’s fitness to plea.
Judge McHugh remanded Kelly on continuing bail to a date in September for a plea or a date for hearing.