BOOK OF EVIDENCE SERVED IN CITY SADDLERY THEFT CASEJune 14, 2012 - 4:31pm
The book of evidence has been served in the case of a woman charged with the theft of thousands of euro from a city saddlery company on dates between 2009 and 2011.
42 year old Fiona Whyte of Shrule Grove, Shrule was sent forward for trial when she appeared before Galway District Court.
Fiona Whyte faces 42 charges relating to the forgery of cheques ranging from 600 euro to 2 thousand 150 from Olympic Saddlery in Briarhill Business Park between 2009 and 2011.
The mature student is also charged with 40 counts of stealing between 500 and 2 thousand euro in cash from the company during the same period.
Inspector Sean Glynn said the DPP directed that the defendant be sent forward for trial to the next sittings of Galway Circuit Criminal Court.
Judge Aenaes McCarthy then gave Whyte an alibi warning and fixed bail at the defendant's own bond of 500 euro.
She will appear before Galway Circuit Criminal Court on 10th July when a date will be set for trial.