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Former Dublin City Councillor Faces Charges Of Forging Search Warrants In Corruption Probe

Yesterday, a Garda Sergeant appeared in court on multiple charges, including false imprisonment, theft and perverting the course of justice.

A former Dublin City Councillor has appeared in court charged in connection with an investigation into alleged corruption within a particular Dublin based Garda unit.

Stephen Wrenn, of Iveragh Road, Whitehall, Dublin, is accused of forging search warrants.

He is accused of forging search warrants for two separate properties in Dublin, and of perverting the course of justice.

The first warrant was for a flat in Rathmines, while the second was for an apartment at Mountjoy Square North.

He's accused of forging them on dates in 2021, sometime after the searches had actually taken place.

Yesterday, a Garda Sergeant appeared in court on multiple charges, including false imprisonment, theft and perverting the course of justice.

Earlier this month, another garda was brought before a judge on similar charges arising out of the same investigation by the Garda Anti-Corruption Unit.

Mr Wrenn is due back in court in May.

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