75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Man already in jail for sex offences appears in court on 15 more charges A man already serving a prison term for a series of sex offences, appeared at Dungloe District Court today on another 15 charges.The defendant sat between a male and a female prison officer as the list of new charges was put before the court by Det Gda John Gallagher.He told Judge Paul Kelly that he arrested the man at Chapel Road, Dungloe – where the court is sited – at 10.18 a.m. Det Gallagher said he subsequently charged the man and cautioned him after each charge. When he invited a reply, he said the defendant replied ‘guilty’ to each charge.”Defence solicitor Patsy Gallagher said there was no application for bail.Judge Paul Kelly, in response to prosecuting Inspector David Kelly, ruled that the victim and the defendant be not identified.The defendant was remanded to Letterkenny District Court next Monday(July 15) on 15 counts of indecent assault against the same person who was aged between 14 and 17 between 1984 and 1987 and Judge Kelly agreed that the proceedings at that stage could heard on video if that could be arranged.It was agreed that the defendant could be excused from the Letterkenny court appearance if a video-link is not arranged after Mr Gallagher told the judge he suffered from a serious health condition.Earlier, the same court was told that a 70-year-old man charged with a series of sex offences against boys in west Donegal is still awaiting service of the book of evidence.Dungloe District Court was told today that a short adjournment was being sought to allow continued communication between the State Solicitor and defence solicitor Cormac Hartnett. Pinterest News Google+ WhatsApp Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th WhatsApp Google+ Previous articleUpdate – Gardai renew appeal following Churchill death, but won’t disclose PM resultsNext articleMinister accuses Donegal Deputy of “reprehensible” scaremongering in hospital debate News Highland 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook Twitter Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal By News Highland – July 9, 2013 Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire
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The 21-year-old became manager Roberto Martinez’s second signing of the summer on Thursday after completing a £4.2million move. He had an impressive spell the season before last on loan at Goodison Park and his relationship with Martinez was one of the reasons he chose to return, and Jagielka hopes his year on loan at Sevilla will have made an even bigger difference. Everton’s capture of Barcelona winger Gerard Deulofeu provides the side with a genuine match-winner, according to captain Phil Jagielka. “He’s always going to be a menace and create things, and I’m sure that’s why the manager has brought him in,” the England defender told evertontv. “It’s a big thing with Gerard. As far as winning matches – getting those goals, getting those crosses in, beating people, winning free-kicks and things like that – he’s something special. “We’ve not had an up-close view of him over these past 12 months but it will be interesting to see how he’s added to that and matured into his position, and it will be exciting for the fans to come and watch him. “He did really well for us in his spell on loan and looked like he was going to kick on and get a chance at Barcelona. “Obviously that didn’t really happen but he’s a fantastic player, he’s got so much ability and he’s a really good character. “It’s nice for the manager to be able to go out there and attract these players to want to come back. “It’s a nice little pat on the back for us as players and staff that the environment we put him in last time he was desperate to come back to. “We’ll welcome him with open arms and it’s good to see that the deal is done pretty early on in the summer and we can get a good pre-season out of him.” Everton are to honour former striker and current first-team coach Duncan Ferguson, who as a player scored 72 goals in 273 appearances in two spells at the club, with a testimonial this summer. Spanish side Villarreal, the opponents for the Toffees’ controversial Champions League qualifying defeat in 2004/5 when Ferguson had an apparently fair goal ruled out by referee Pierluigi Collina, will be the visitors to Goodison on August 2. Press Association