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Man charged in connection with incident at Dundalk cemetery

The man was arrested at the scene on Sunday.

The alleged offences occurred at St Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill, Dundalk.
The alleged offences occurred at St Patrick's Cemetery, Dowdallshill, Dundalk.
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Updated Jul 23rd 2019, 11:29 AM

A MAN HAS appeared before Drogheda district court charged in relation to an alleged incident at a graveyard in Dundalk, Co Louth, on Sunday.

28-year-old James McDonagh with an address at Glenmore Park, Muirhevnamore, Dundalk faces two charges.

Both offences are alleged to have taken place at St Patrick’s Cemetery, Dowdallshill, Dundalk on Sunday the 21 July.

The first is the unlawful use of a car, the second is dangerous driving.

Garda Sean O’Callaghan, Dundalk, gave evidence of arresting and charging the accused this morning.

The garda objected to bail citing a number of reasons.

Judge Dermot Dempsey remanded him in custody to appear again at Cloverhill District Court next  Tuesday the 30 July.

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