Man accused of killing Keane Mulready-Woods, 17, whose body was split into pieces and dumped into sports bags amid Irish drug gang feud
- Man has to appear in court this morning in Drogheda, County Louth
- The second week arrested last week was released by the police free of charge
- Mr. Mulready-Woods’s body was torn apart and found in two different locations
A man has been charged with the murder of 17-year-old Keane Mulready-Woods, whose body was dissolved in pieces and found in Ireland.
He has to appear in court this morning in Drogheda, County Louth, after being arrested and interrogated last week.
A second man, who was also arrested last week, was released from the Balbriggan Garda station without charge The Irish Times.
The man will appear in court this morning. A second man was released without charge after he was arrested by the police last week. Mr Mulready-Woods is shown
Mr. Mulready-Woods was abducted from the streets of Drogheda, 30 miles north of Dublin, in January and taken to a pebble house where he was tortured and killed.
His head was chopped off, his body torn apart and a sports bag with some of his limbs dumped in a street in the north of Dublin. His trunk was never recovered.
The body parts that were confirmed were found in two different locations in Dublin.
At least 26 people have died in the last five years in fights between rival gangs in Ireland.
Mulready-Woods was abducted from the streets of Drogheda and taken to a pebble house, where he was tortured and killed
Victim Keane Mulready-Woods who was murdered and beheaded on January 12 in Drogheda
A coffin carrying the remains of Keane Mulready-Woods, pictured from the church of the Holy Family in Drogheda after the teenager’s funeral
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (center left) and Fianna Fail leader Micheal Martin (center right) during a rally in Drogheda, Co. Louth, to express opposition to drug-related violence on Saturday, January 25