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Ireland Man held at Dublin Port appears in court on ‘assault’ charges

16:45  30 october  2019
16:45  30 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The charges were announced on Saturday shortly after the police in Ireland said they had arrested another man from Northern Ireland at Dublin Port in connection with an unrelated offense. Mr. Harrison appeared in Dublin District Court on Saturday to face charges .

Photograph: Collins Courts . A 23-year-old man has appeared in court after he was arrested by gardaí at Dublin Port on Saturday. Eamon Harrison, with an address in Mayobridge, Co Down appeared before Dublin District Court on Saturday on foot of a bench warrant for assault and criminal damage.

a large ship in a body of water: Dublin Port (Brian Lawless/PA) © Brian Lawless Dublin Port (Brian Lawless/PA)

A Northern Irishman arrested at Dublin Port last week has appeared in court on assault charges.

Eamonn Harrison, 22, of Mayobridge in Newry, Co Down, appeared at Cloverhill District Court, Dublin on charges of assault and criminal damage in north Dublin in August 2018.

He was arrested at Dublin Port last Saturday afternoon by gardai and has been in custody ever since.

Dressed in a grey jumper and tracksuit bottoms and wearing spectacles, Harrison, appeared in court on Wednesday in front of Judge John Brennan.

Solicitor Paul Tiernan, appearing for Harrison, said he was keen for the matter to progress.

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Matters have been put back for eight days to November 7 and Harrison will remain in custody until then.

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