– teenager chargedAlmost one week after being injured during an altercation with a teenager at Lake Capoey Mission, Essequibo Coast, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam), a father of nine succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention at the Suddie Public Hospital.Dead is 52-year old Tedd De Younge of Capoey Village, Region Two. The now dead man was on life support for almost two days after he sustained injuries during an altercation with his 15-year-old nephew.It was reported that De Younge and the teenager were involved in an argument on June 12, during which the young man collected a glass bottled and dealt him several blow to the head before escaping. The injured man was found in a pool of blood along a dam in the Amerindian reservation.The young man was later apprehended and handed over to the Police while the injured man was rushed to the Suddie Hospital where he was admitted a patient. While there, doctors recommended that the patient be transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital, but due to his condition, it was impossible for him to be transferred.Earlan De Younge, a son of the dead man told Guyana Times that his father met a horrific death and is calling on the Police to thoroughly investigate the incident. The distressed son related that his father was a quiet man and never troubled anyone in the community.However, the teenager who committed the act was remanded to the juvenile holding centre at Sophia, Greater Georgetown following his court appearance before Magistrate Sunil Scarce on June 16. He was charged with attempted murder.Now that the man is dead, the charge is expected to be reread to the suspect in the new week. He will now be charged with the capital offence of murder.While at the court on Thursday, the teenager’s mother told the court that her son lives with his stepfather and rears poultry as a business. She also informed the court that he is a school dropout and is the second of three children.Meanwhile, Police Prosecutor Haimraj Ramsewack told the court that on the day in question at about 23:00h, the teenager was at Capoey Mission consuming alcohol with some friends when he was later joined by the victim, who is his uncle.After a few drinks, they left and were heading home when it is alleged that the teenager dealt several lashes to the victim’s head with a rum bottle. Residents claimed that they heard screams coming from the area and upon enquiring, they saw the man lying on the dam.The teenager will make his next court appearance on July 28.
Quinn’s bar was closed for two days by the HSE.Dublin bar Quinn’s, regularly frequented by Donegal GAA supporters on match-days was closed down by the health service executive for two days.Quinn’s pub which is located in Drumcondra, is a popular watering hole for the legions of Donegal fans that descend to Dublin every summer to see Donegal play at Croke Park.With games against Armagh, Dublin and Kerry this summer Donegal fans had plenty of trips to the capital, and Quinn’s was the No.1 bar for the majority of Donegal GAA fans prior to the match due to it’s proximity to Croke Park. It would then be the first stop after the match for Donegal GAA fans left thirsty after watching their sides pulsating games at Croker.However, the pub’s closure was one of twelve that was ordered by the Food Safety Authority Ireland in September under rules that deem there to be “a grave and immediate danger to public health”.The closure order was served on Quinn’s under food safety legislation on Monday 8 September, the day after the drawn All Ireland hurling final between Kilkenny and Tipperary. It was lifted two days later. BAR POPULAR WITH DONEGAL GAA FANS CLOSED BY HSE was last modified: October 8th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:closureCroke ParkdonegalGAAHSEnewsQuinn’s pub Drumcondra