Man jailed for breaking terms of rape sentence

A man who took part in the gang rape of a woman in Cratloe, Co Clare in 2004, when he was aged 16, has been jailed this afternoon for failing to notify Gardaí of where he was living.

A man who took part in the gang rape of a woman in Cratloe, Co Clare in 2004, when he was aged 16, has been jailed this afternoon for failing to notify Gardaí of where he was living.

Dean Barry (aged 22), formerly of Garryglass Avenue, Limerick, must notify Gardaí of his whereabouts as a requirement of his having been placed on the Sex Offenders Register, which formed part of his sentence for the horrific rape six years ago.

Barry was jailed for nine years in July 2004 for the savage attack on the women in Cratloe Woods, along with four other teenage boys.

He was arrested last week for being drunk in a public place and threatening gardaí.

Judge Tom O'Donnell jailed Barry for four months and imposed a six-month concurrent sentence for a public order offence.

More in this section