Dublin Bus suspends popular service after thugs throw rock through window
"It's only a matter of time before someone is badly hurt"The company advised customers that route 27 would not serve Jobstown for the rest of the night following the incident.
But his plans to be the Kinahan mob’s main player in north Dublin are now in ruins after he was “He was in direct contact with Daniel Kinahan all the time and with another man who’s wanted here on Gardai confirmed the investigation was ongoing. The suspects can be held for a week before being
CLUELESS Kinahan cartel hitman Imre Arakas was tailed by the Gardai as he went on a scouting mission of Hutch targets while posing as a After completing his mission, Arakas — who turned 60 yesterday — was then collected in a van by senior Kinahan associates and driven to a safe - house in
A hitman who has been on retainer for the Kinahan cartel since the outbreak of the gangland feud was staying at a Dublin safehouse for over a week before he was arrested by armed gardaí.
The 39-year-old criminal remained in Garda custody last night after a loaded semi-automatic handgun was seized in the major operation on Friday night.
Senior gardaí have described the operation as an intervention in a possible threat to life incident.
In total four people have now been arrested after detectives arrested two men, understood to be aged in their 20s and 50s, yesterday morning.
The younger man is believed to have been in the property in the days before the operation and both are currently being held at Ballyfermot garda station.
Man (20s) arrested after staff threatened with 'machete' during robbery at petrol station in Cork
A till tray containing cash and receipts was taken during the incident.Shortly after 5.30pm yesterday a man armed with what has been described by gardaí as a machete entered the petrol station on Blackrock Road.
The Hutch– Kinahan feud is a major feud between two criminal organizations in the Republic of Ireland that has resulted in the deaths of twenty people.
A source told the Irish Sun: “Luke Wilson was far from upset after being sentenced to 11 years last week . “He has been boasting how he thought it would be more . Our exclusive pictures also reveal how the thug posted an image of a gun on social media weeks before his arrest over the planned hit .
The older man arrested yesterday is understood to have links to the property searched.
Detectives were last night continuing to gather evidence in an effort to bring charges against the 39-year-old criminal arrested on Friday.
The arrest has been described as "highly significant".
He is considered a serial hitman for hire who was previously arrested over the murder of Eddie Hutch, the brother of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch, in February 2016.
He had been staying at the property for more than a week before his arrest, but gardaí have not ruled out that he returned to Ireland beforehand after being on the run for more than three years.
When gardaí raided the Clondalkin property at 11.30pm they found the gun-for-hire in a building at the back of the property with the firearm beside him.
A 26-year-old north Dublin man, with links to a drugs gang in the Finglas area, was also arrested.
A senior source last night told the Irish Independent: "There has been no specific target identified yet but there is little doubt that this man was being held at the property before he was due to carry out a hit.
"It may be linked to the Hutch/Kinahan feud, but he is a hitman for hire, and the possibility that he was paid to carry out a shooting as part of a separate dispute isn't being ruled out," the source said.
President Michael D. Higgins among mourners as actor and comedian Niall Toibin laid to rest .
President Michael D. Higgins was among the crowds of mourners that gathered on Monday as actor and comedian Niall Toibin was laid to rest in Dublin. The Cork-born 89-year-old died in the capital last Wednesday following a lengthy illness. The Cork-born 89-year-old died in the capital last Wednesday following a lengthy illness.