Arranmore sentencing adjourned

The sentencing of a the man found guilty of the manslaughter of Paul Boyle on Arranmore Island in 2009 has been adjourned.

The sentencing of a the man found guilty of the manslaughter of Paul Boyle on Arranmore Island in 2009 has been adjourned.

Stephen Boyle (41) was found not guilty of murder but guilty of the manslaughter of Paul Boyle, 19, at the Central Criminal Court last month. He admitted killing Paul Boyle at Early’s Bar, Leabgarrow, Arranmore Island on October 3rd 2009.

The case was listed for sentencing yesterday but has been adjourned to March 29th for the preparation of a report.

Paul Boyle, who was from the island of Arranmore, was out for a night with his father and friends when he died. Stephen Boyle lived in London but came back and forth to a house he built on the island. He admitted

stabbing the teenager in the neck with a glass.