Ireland Gardaí arrest two as latest gangland Kinahan-Hutch murder thwarted

08:30  19 june  2017
08:30  19 june  2017 Source:

Leg bone found by Gardai looking for remains of convicted rapist James Nolan

  Leg bone found by Gardai looking for remains of convicted rapist James Nolan It's understood a femur bone, which was weighed down, was discovered by members of the Garda Water Unit looking for body parts of convicted rapist James Nolan.It’s understood that a femur bone, which was weighed down, was found during a search of Lough Naglack on Thursday evening.Gardai believe Nolan was murdered and dismembered in 2010 and are now hoping that they can locate other body parts including his head at the remote area in Co Monaghan.His arm was washed up at Dollymount while his torso was discovered in the Tolka Valley in April.

A nephew of Gerry ‘The Monk’ Hutch , Gareth Hutch was shot dead in the north inner city in the latest murder linked to the Kinahan - Hutch feud. The dead man was a cousin of Gary Hutch and also the nephew of murdered taxi driver Eddie Hutch . Gardaí have said two handguns were found at the

A major feud between two criminal gangs in the Republic of Ireland has killed ten people. The Hutch gang, led by Gerry Hutch , and the Kinahan gang, led by Christy Kinahan , are the main participants. Murder of Gary Hutch , 24 Sep 2015.

Gardaí arrest two as latest gangland Kinahan-Hutch murder thwarted © Press Association Gardaí arrest two as latest gangland Kinahan-Hutch murder thwarted

The murder bid on the Kinahan cartel target was halted when armed gardaí stopped and searched a moped and another vehicle and seized a 'kill kit'. The kit included a loaded Glock handgun, motorcycle helmet, gloves and a full can of petrol.

They arrested two men - including an associate of slain Regency gangster David Byrne - deep in Hutch mob territory on Friday night.

Patsy Hutch (55), Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch's older brother, is considered the top Dublin-based target for the cartel. Gerry Hutch is currently based in Europe now due to fears for his life in Dublin.

More human remains found in Wicklow Mountains

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Daithí Douglas: gardaí believe he had been blamed by the Kinahan gang for a botched gun attack on one of its members late last year and was shot in revenge. One of the Republic’s most notorious gangland figures has been arrested in connection with a Kinahan - Hutch feud gun murder in Dublin

AN ASSOCIATE OF murdered Kinahan gang leader David Byrne has been arrested as gardaí stopped what they believed to be an attempt on the life of a senior member of the Hutch gang. Latest News Feed.

Patsy Hutch: considered ‘top target’ for Kinahan cartel © Provided by Irish Independent Patsy Hutch: considered ‘top target’ for Kinahan cartel

He has survived at least two gangland hits by the Kinahan cartel in the past 18 months and as a result his home is watched 24 hours a day by gardaí.

His son Gary Hutch (34) was shot dead by the Kinahans in southern Spain in September 2015, which sparked the Hutch/ Kinahan feud. Another son - Derek 'Del Boy' (30) is serving a 10-year prison sentence for manslaughter, alongside a 16-year term for coordinating a robbery attempt.

At 10pm on Friday armed gardaí intervened in the latest bid by the cartel to take out Patsy Hutch, when they arrested a 24-year-old Kinahan associate and a 26-year-old man.

Both are from Dublin's north inner city, and were arrested after a moped was stopped by an Armed Support Unit checkpoint on the North Strand.

Head found in search for remains in Wicklow Mountains

  Head found in search for remains in Wicklow Mountains Murder detectives were investigating if body parts were thrown from a moving vehicle, a car or a van.The grim discovery was made in a plastic bag as search teams concentrated on a 30km zone along the Military Road from Glencree to Glenmacnass waterfall.

A gun was also discovered by gardaí . The attack was one of a series of killings in the Kinahan - Hutch feud, a feature of which has been the targeting of friends of the Hutch family or Man to be charged in Waterford with murder of mother-of-four. Two arrested in Dublin as power tools worth €50,000 seized.

One of two men arrested is closely linked to the Kinahan faction. Gardaí believe he was shot by the Hutch faction and that his murder was only the second time, of the 12 feud murders in its 20-month history, the Hutch faction has killed.

The arrests occurred after armed officers pursued a vehicle that turned away from the checkpoint shortly after the moped was stopped.

The vehicle was apprehended by gardaí in the vicinity of a second car, which officers suspect could have been used as a getaway car.

It's believed that the moped was acting as a spotter for the 'hit'.

Gardaí said two men in their 20s were arrested in connection with this incident and are currently detained at Mountjoy garda station under the provisions of Section 30 - Offences Against the State Act 1939.

In July of last year Patsy Hutch survived an assassination bid after a lone gunman on a bicycle approached Mr Hutch's house in the north inner city but failed to carry through with the attack.

The most recent feud victim was Michael Keogh, who was shot dead in his car on May 31. On May 10 Hutch mob associate James 'Mago' Gately was lucky to survive a hit when he was shot five times, once in the neck. The four other bullets hit his bullet-proof vest which saved his life.

Last week it emerged that the Monk's nephew Ross Hutch (24) - who has survived at least four attempts on his life in the last 18 months - was savagely attacked in a north inner city bookmakers.

The thug believed to have beaten up the Monk's nephew is understood to be working for the Kinahan cartel and is also suspected of carrying out a series of attacks on cars belonging to the Hutch family.

The same individual, who is the brother of an Irish soccer international, is also understood to have carried out last month's acid attack on a car belonging to the innocent 28-year-old daughter of Patsy Hutch.

Gardaí dig on Dublin's commuter belt land for Kinahan money and guns .
Mechanical diggers used in hope of uncovering information that has the potential to cost the cartel millions.Mechanical diggers were brought in to help with the search on land linked to a convicted criminal over the weekend following trusted intelligence received in the last two weeks.

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