Eight Arrested In Connection With NYD Death

Gardaí investigating the death of Dale Creighton have arrested seven men and one woman.

Mr Creighton died on 01 January this year following an assault at about 4am on New Year's Day.

The 20-year-old man died in Beaumont Hospital from severe injuries sustained in the attack.

According to gardaí eight people have been charged in connection with Mr Creighton's death and are due to appear before Tallaght District Court.


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