Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Arrest warrants in Australia for man jailed over Mullingar killing

Two Australian arr­est warrants have been issued for a man from Broadford, Co. Kildare now living in Australia, who was convicted, with two others, of the man­slaughter of a 20 years old student, Andrew Dolan, in Mullingar on Christmas Eve nine years ago, in 2011.

New South Wales police in Australia have issued two arrest warrants for 29 years old Patrick Farrell who was convicted of killing Andrew Dolan (20) in Mullingar nine years ago.
The man being sought spent three years in jail for the one-punch attack outside a fast-food shop in Mullingar, at the Church Avenue- Pearse St junction.
Australian police officers have appealed for assistance to help locate the Irishman and say they want to question him in relation to “a malicious wounding” which took place earlier this month and for an assault which occurred last year.
“Patrick Farrell, aged 29, is wanted on two warrants relating to a malicious wounding that occurred in Randwick earlier this month, and an assault in Matraville in November last year,” reads a statement from the Australian law enforcement officers.
It is believed that Mr Farrell frequents certain areas of New South Wales.

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