Florrie O’Sullivan Pensioner Murderer Aaron Wolfe Charged In Glen Cork City

Florrie O’Sullivan Pensioner Murderer Aaron Wolfe Charged

Cork City, Ireland – At March of this year, a pensioner was killed at The Glen on the north side of Cork City. A 29-year-old man has appeared before Cork District Court accused with the crime.

In March of this year, the late Florence (Florrie) O’Sullivan was accused of being assaulted by Aaron Wolfe of Glentransna Court, The Glen, Cork. Since Mr. Wolfe has been accused of killing the 68-year-old West Cork man, the assault allegation has been dropped.

On April 6, Mr. O’Sullivan passed away at Cork University Hospital. After an alleged incident on March 11 at Glentrasna Court in The Glen, Cork City, he was taken to the hospital.

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Detective Garda At today’s Cork District Court hearing, Caitriona Molloy provided proof of her arrest, charge, and caution.

She informed Judge Olann Kelleher that Mr. Wolfe did not respond when he was accused of killing Mr. O’Sullivan in violation of common law at Glentrasna Court in Cork on March 11 of last year.

Bail cannot be requested in the district court when a person has been charged with murder. Frank Buttimer was assigned as Mr. Wolfe’s lawyer and was given access to free legal assistance.

According to Sgt. Lyons, the DPP ordered that the case be brought before the Central Criminal Court for a trial or on a plea agreement for punishment.

The matter would go forward to trial in the Central Criminal Court, according to Mr. Buttimer. He said that the case will require a book of evidence.

The attacker was kept in jail and ordered to return to Cork District Court on September 27. Throughout the brief hearing, Mr. Wolfe, who was dressed in a dark tracksuit, remained silent.

His next court appearance will be through video link from behind bars.

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Following Mr. O’Sullivan’s passing, Assistant State Pathologist Dr. Margaret Bolster performed a postmortem examination at Cork University Hospital (CUH).

The outcomes weren’t made public. However, the investigation was expanded to include a murder.

Originally from Adrigole in west Cork, Mr. O’Sullivan. Before moving to Carrigaline in County Cork, he spent several years living in a flat in Cork City.

He was found in the street at Glentrasna Court on March 11th, just after 8pm. He had suffered severe wounds, and a month later, he passed away in the hospital.

Following an 11 a.m. Requiem Mass at St. Fachtna’s Church in Adrigole, Mr. O’Sullivan was buried at Kilcaskin Cemetery on April 10.

He is survived by his two brothers, sister, brother-in-law, and other relatives as well as close friends.

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Source: corkbeo

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