Woman on charges of money-laundering and stealing €30k from bank

By Brendan Grehan

A TALLAGHT woman charged with money-laundering and stealing €30,000 from a bank has been sent forward for trial to Dublin Circuit Court.

Annie Trieu faces a number of charges. She was before Judge Patricia McNamara in Tallaght Court for service of her book of evidence.

Tallaght Court House

Trieu, aged 29, with an address at Sundale Park, Tallaght, is charged with money-laundering on a date unknown between November 13, 2017 and December 21, 2017, at Tallaght Credit Union, Main Street, Tallaght.

She is also charged with stealing €5,000 from Ulster Bank, Main Street, Tallaght, on November 9, 2017, and with stealing €15,000 from the same Ulster Bank also on November 9, 2017.

Trieu is also charged with stealing €10,000 from Ulster Bank, Main Street, Tallaght, on November 10, 2017.

A solicitor for the State told Judge McNamara that the book of evidence was ready to be served. She said the DPP had consented for Trieu to be sent forward on bail to the present sitting of Dublin Circuit Court for service of her book of evidence.

Judge McNamara issued Trieu with the alibi caution and sent her forward on bail to the present sitting of Dublin Circuit Court.

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