21/02/2013

Man Face 18 Charges Of Indecent Assault

A 65-year-old man has appeared in court charged 18 counts of indecently assaulting two boys in a Westmeath primary school 18 years ago.

Brother Thomas McCarry, with an address at Clareville, Finglas Road, Glasnevin faces charges relating to two separate boys at the CBS primary school in Mullingar 1984 and 1985.

Ten charges relate to one of the boys, and eight charges relate to the second alleged victim.

The case has now been sent forward to the Circuit Court.

Br McCarry has been prohibited from having any direct or indirect contact with the alleged victims and been ordered to sign on each Sunday at Mountjoy Garda station.

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