Accused of stealing a cement mixer

A BROTHER and sister have appeared in Tallaght District Court accused of stealing a cement mixer worth €3,000.

Paul and Danielle Kavanagh’s solicitor, Michael Hennessy, told Judge Patricia McNamara that his clients were “both entirely innocent”.

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Paul, aged 35, with an address at Seskin View Road, Tallaght, and Danielle, aged 31, with an address at Rochestown Lodge, Dun Laoghaire, are charged with stealing a cement mixer worth €3,000 on December 4, 2018.

Judge McNamara noted in open court that the offence against both defendants was the “alleged theft of a cement mixer worth €3,000”.

Mr Hennessy asked the judge to make an order for disclosure. He said that he wanted to go through the case with his clients.

Mr Hennessy added that both Paul and Danielle Kavanagh were “both entirely innocent”.

Judge McNamara remanded both defendants on continuing bail for four weeks for mention.

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