The Director of Public Prosecutions is ready to serve a book of evidence on a man charged with the murder of a popular Polish man in Letterkenny last year.

Kryszstof Grezegorski leaving court.

Kryszstof Grezegorski leaving court.

20-year-old Kryszstof Grezegorski had been remanded in custody charged with the murder of a popular Polish man found dead in his apartment a year ago.

Grezegorski, from 35 Hazelbrook Crescent in Letterkenny, was charged with the murder on May 15 last year of Bogdan Michalkiawicz (41).

Michalkiawicz was found dead at his Riverside apartment in Letterkenny. He had been last seen alive two days earlier.

Grezegorski appeared by videolink from Castlerea Prison yesterday.

Inspector Michael Harrison told Letterkenny District Court that the DPP has said a book of evidence can be served in person on the accused on June 23rd next.

At a previous siting of the court, the dead man’s brother Tomasz sat in court during the hearing, holding a framed picture of him.

Detective sergeant Michael Galvin told the court that Kryszstof Grezegorski made no reply when he was charged with murder.




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