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Man appears in court charged with assaulting the late Alan Bourke in Limerick

A 38-year-old man appeared in courtroom on Sunday charged with the assault and theft of the late Alan Bourke.

On April fifteenth, Mr Bourke (48) from St Mary’s Park in Limerick, was discovered severely injured on the forecourt exterior Colbert practice station on Parnell Road and he later died in hospital.

At a particular mid-day sitting of Ennis District Courtroom in Co Clare on Sunday, Michael Casey of Cathedral Place, Limerick appeared after being charged with the assault inflicting hurt of Mr Bourke at Parnell Road, Limerick on Friday, April fifteenth.

The assault cost is opposite to Part 3 of the Non-Deadly Offences in opposition to the Individual Act.

Mr Casey can be charged with robbing Mr Bourke of a bicycle valued at €150 and cans of alcohol valued at €10 on the similar location on the identical date.

Mr Casey additionally faces a separate assault inflicting hurt cost of one other man, at Davis Road, Limerick on April fifteenth.

In courtroom on Sunday, Det Garda Dean Landers of Roxboro Highway Garda Station gave proof of arrest, cost and warning of Mr Casey at 7.58pm on Saturday evening at Henry Road Garda Station.

Det Landers stated Mr Casey made no reply after warning to the three prices.

Solicitor for Mr Casey Darach McCarthy informed Decide Mary Cashin there can be no utility for bail and there was consent to Mr Casey being remanded in custody to look by way of video-link at Limerick District Courtroom on Tuesday, April twenty sixth.

Mr McCarthy utilized for authorized help for his shopper, saying he was an acceptable candidate as he was unemployed.

Decide Cashin granted authorized help.

Mr McCarthy additionally requested the decide to direct the Jail Service to medical assess and deal with Mr Casey as acceptable.

Mr McCarthy said he was making the appliance “with some urgency”.

Decide Cashin directed that the Jail Service present all medical remedy to Mr Casey as acceptable.

Mr Casey’s look in courtroom on Sunday adopted the looks of Mark Ryan (35) of Lenihan Avenue, Prospect, Limerick at a separate particular sitting of Ennis District Courtroom on Saturday night.

Mr Ryan faces a single cost of robbing Mr Bourke of cans of alcohol valued at €10 and a pedal cycle valued at €150 at Parnell Road, Limerick Friday week final on April fifteenth.

Mr Ryan, additionally unemployed, was additionally remanded in custody to look at Limerick District Courtroom on Tuesday.

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