Three in court over early morning offences

Three men who have appeared in court in connection with criminal damage to a car in the early hours of yesterday morning are being investigated for other offences.

Three men who have appeared in court in connection with criminal damage to a car in the early hours of yesterday morning are being investigated for other offences.

The three men were arrested on Milford’s Main Street at 2.45am on Monday in response to a call from a member of the public. They have been charged with interfering with and causing criminal damage to a Honda Civic at Tara Court in Letterkenny.

Inspector Kevin Gately told yesterday’s sitting of Letterkenny District Court that gardaí are investigating other matters and there may be further charges. “The alleged offences have been committed in the early hours of the morning, at 2.45am, and there are reports of other similar incidents which occurred at a similar time in the morning,” Inspector Gately said.

Appearing before Judge Paul Kelly were Robert Orr of 81 Glenwood Park Leterkenny, Owen Orr of Trentamucklagh, St. Johnston and Bernard McGinley of 82 Glenwood Park, Letterkenny.

All three are charged with interfering with and causing criminal damage to the 1998 Honda Civic in Tara Court.

They have been remanded on their own bond to appear before Letterkenny District Court on June 7th. Robert Orr and Owen Orr have been ordered to sign on daily at Letterkenny Garda Station and must obey a curfew. McGinley has been ordered to sign at the garda station three days a week.