Carrigart pensioner warned to stay away from caravan park

August 7, 2020

A Carrigart pensioner has appeared in court charged in connection with an attack on property at a caravan park.

Charlie Lynagh, aged 69, first appeared at a special sitting of Sligo District Court last week after being arrested in Carrigart.

It follows incidents at a caravan park at Carrigart Upper last week.

Mr Lynagh, of Tirluaghhan, Carrigart, faces a number of charges including public order and also four charges of criminal damage.

Gardai told Letterkenny District Court that they had no objection to bail providing Lynagh agreed to abide by a number of conditions.

They included that he stays away and does not walk around holiday homes in the Carrigart Upper area.

Gardai also demanded that Lynagh remain sober and observes a curfew of 11pm and 8am nightly.

He was also told that he should not interfere with any witnesses in the case.

Judge Deirdre Geraghty adjourned the case until September 7th next and released Lynagh on bail.