A person charged in reference to the seizure of a revolver and ammunition following a capturing in Dublin has been remanded in custody.
A person in his 20s was hospitalised with non-life-threatening accidents after a gunshot at about 5 pm on April eighth in Cherrywood Grove, Clondalkin.
He was taken to Tallaght Hospital.
On Monday afternoon, gardaí arrested Sam Archibald, 35, of Commons Road, Clondalkin.
He was detained at a neighborhood station below part 50 of the Criminal Justice Act, 2007.
Mr Archibald was charged with two offences below the Firearms Act simply after 10pm on Friday.
Gardaí then held him pending his look earlier than Judge John King at Dublin District Court on Saturday.
Detective Garda Sergeant Dara Kenny informed the courtroom the accused “made no reply” to the costs.
He is accused of possessing a .38 calibre revolver on April eighth with intent to hazard life at Cherrywood Grove.
He can also be charged with having 31 rounds of varied calibre ammunition and 9 shotgun cartridges at one other tackle in Clondalkin between April eighth and Monday final.
Defence solicitor Stephen O’Mahony informed Judge King he had acquired a replica of the garda’s objection to bail. However, he added that his consumer was deferring his bail utility.
Judge King remanded him in custody to look through video hyperlink at Cloverhill District Court on Thursday, pending instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.
He additionally acceded to a defence request to direct medical consideration for the accused in custody.
Mr Archibald, who didn’t tackle the courtroom, has not but indicated how he’ll plead.
His solicitor utilized for authorized assist telling the courtroom his consumer had labored beforehand, however he added that Detective Sergeant Kenny accepted Mr Archibald was “not a man of means”.
The Judge granted it after noting from the investigating officer that the accused was entitled to authorized assist. Judge King additionally stated the person can be medically assessed when he goes into custody.