Ireland: Man charged after ‘attempting to declare dead uncle’s pension’

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    Declan Haughney appeared at Kilkenny District Court today

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    Declan Haughney appeared at Kilkenny District Court today (Picture: Collinsphotos)

    A guy has actually appeared in court charged with deceptiveness after presumably attempting to withdraw his dead uncle’s pension from a post workplace.

    Declan Haughney, 40, of County Carlow, Ireland appeared prior to Kilkenny District Court today charged with 2 counts of deceptiveness.

    Haughney is implicated of twice trying to withdraw the pension of his uncle Peadar Doyle, 66, at Hosey’s Post Office on Friday, January21

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    Haughney is declared to have actually gotten in the post workplace at 11: 04 am and ‘dishonestly induced by deception’ a member of personnel, by producing a social well-being card in an effort to withdraw the EUR246 pension’ of Mr Doyle.

    He is implicated of trying to do the very same once again at 11.14 am.

    Although he was with Mr Doyle, the old guy is thought to have actually been dead at the point they got in the store.

    Both charges contrast Section 6 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act, 2001.

    Garda Joe O’Keeffe from Carlow garda station informed the court he charged Haughney in Carlow Garda Station.

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    The post workplace where the event is declared to have actually happened (Credits: Dylan Vaughan)

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    Haughney is implicated of twice trying to withdraw the pension of his uncle (Picture: Google Maps)

    He stated the implicated made no reply when charged.

    Haughney, who participated in court using a black coat, black tracksuit bottoms, and white runners, did not speak throughout the brief hearing.

    No application was produced bail, and Haughney was remanded in custody to appear at Carlow District Court next Wednesday, February 2.

    Brendan O’Flaherty, Haughney’s lawyer asked for that he get medical treatment while in custody, a demand which was given by the judge.

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