Brandon Ledwidge: The Dublin man killed in the Finglas shooting should be charged with drugs

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Ledwidge, 23, was shot multiple times as he answered the door of his home on Barry Drive around 7 p.m. Saturday

Brandon Ledwidge

Neil Fetherstonhaugh and Eamon Dillon

Murdered Brandon Ledwidge, who was shot dead in Finglas, Dublin, last Saturday night, was due to appear in court today on charges of drug possession and intent to sell, according to The Sunday world can reveal.

Ledwidge, 23, who was shot multiple times as he answered the door of his Barry Drive home about 7 p.m., was charged with three separate counts of possession of heroin and cocaine with intent to sell or deliver.

Two counts of possession for sale or supply of cocaine and diamorphine and two counts of possession for sale or supply were due to be heard today.

Meanwhile, yesterday the State Pathologist Dr. A post-mortem examination was carried out on Sally Ann Collis, “the results of which will not be published for operational reasons”, according to the Garda Press Office.

“A technical investigation of the accident scene has now been completed by the Garda Technical Office.”

“The investigation is being led by a Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) and a Garda Family Liaison Officer (FLO) has been appointed to liaise with the family of the deceased.”

The Sunday world As previously reported, Brandon Ledwidge was not considered a felon, according to sources, but had ties to gangsters “higher up the food chain than him.”

A gunman who had called the home opened fire, shooting the victim four times in the head and body.

He was shot at close range and “didn’t stand a chance,” sources added.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Finglas Garda Station on 01 666 7500, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.

Since the murder, the young man has been remembered several times on social media, and friends and family have dedicated Facebook posts to him.

An aunt wrote that she was “heartbroken” after her nephew’s death, adding that she considered him one of her closest friends.

“My nephew/brother… My forever best friend… I loved you from the first day of your life and I will love you until the last day of my life,” she wrote.


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