Tallaght teenager charged with damaging CCTV camera at school
By Brendan Grehan
A TEENAGER, who was allegedly caught with stolen property worth €1,345, has also been charged with damaging a cctv camera at a school, Tallaght Court has heard.
The 17-year-old appeared before the court accompanied by his mother.
The teenager, who has an address in Tallaght, is charged with damaging a cctv camera at a school in Tallaght on June 12, 2016.
He is also charged with burglary at an address in Tallaght on April 21, 2016.
The teenager is also charged with possession of a black and yellow screwdriver for use in theft and possession of stolen property: a pair of Armani sunglasses, a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses, a Samsung tablet, a Michael Kors watch, €105 in cash, a Bosch jigsaw and a Makita drill, at a location in Tallaght on April 21, 2016.
Sergeant Michael Aherne gave evidence of arrest, charge and caution in relation to the criminal damage charge.
Noting the charge, Judge Patricia McNamara accepted jurisdiction. The teenager’s solicitor, Michael Hennessy, told Judge McNamara that his client had secured a job as an operative with a local business.
Judge McNamara said it was good that the teenager had got a job. She remanded the teenager on continuing bail to a date in February for a plea or a date for hearing.