Man charged with Michael Barr's murder

Man charged with Michael Barr's murder

A man has been charged with the murder of Michael Barr in Dublin's north inner city.

Mr Barr (pictured) was shot dead at the Sunset house pub, in Summerhill on April 25.

Twenty-nine-year-old Eamonn Cumberton with an address at Mountjoy Street, Dublin 7 appeared before the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.

Gardaí told the court Mr Cumberton gave no reply when he was charged at Bridewell Garda Station last night.

He has been granted free legal aid and was remanded in custody to appear before Cloverhill District Court next Friday, June 3.

Earlier:

A man is due in court this morning charged in connection with the murder of Michael Barr.

Mr Barr (pictured) was shot and killed at a pub in Summerhill in Dublin's north inner city last month.

A 29-year-old man was arrested on Friday and will appear at the Criminal Courts of Justice this morning.

Separately, three people remain in custody in relation to the shooting of Gareth Hutch in Dublin last Tuesday.


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