54-year-old man accused of breaking into Cork nursery

A 54-YEAR-OLD man allegedly trespassed into a nursery in Ballinlough and also engaged in threatening behavior during a service being held at the local church.

These were the allegations against Claudio Mos, of no fixed address, who appeared by video link from prison at Cork District Court.

Sergeant John Kelleher said the alleged offenses occurred on April 30 when the defendant allegedly broke into the Ballinlough nursery and church.

The defendant spoke via video link to say: “I haven’t done anything illegal, why am I in jail? I’m supposed to have a lawyer. “I need some papers.”

Judge Mary Dorgan ordered that copies of the charges be sent to the jail and the case was adjourned until Monday, May 27 to give Claudio Mos time to obtain an attorney to represent him.

The charges against Claudio Mos were for engaging in threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior that could lead to a disorderly conduct on April 30.

He is further charged with failing to leave the scene of a disturbance when ordered to do so by Garda Anthony Garvey.

Also in relation to April 30, he is alleged to have, at Shalom Montessori, Ballinlough Rd, Cork, trespassed, without reasonable excuse, into the shed of a building, namely Shalom Montessori, in such a manner as to cause or be likely to cause fear. in another person.

In relation to an alleged incident the previous day, he is charged with assault and threatening behavior where it is alleged that, on April 29, he entered Eir on Patrick St and verbally abused staff and returned to the same store and behaved in a manner similar later that day.

The assault charge arose from allegedly throwing a can of Carling at a member of staff.

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