Trial hears of almost 200 calls and texts between alleged raiders
on 22/10/2012 17:51:37
Joseph Warren (aged 30) of Belclare Crescent, Ballymun, has pleaded not guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to conspiring to steal cash from Chubb Ireland at Tesco supermarket on the Shackleton Road in Celbridge, Co Kildare on November 2, 2007.
Sarah Skedd, a garda phone analyst told Sean Guerin BL, prosecuting, that she analysed the phone records of Mr Warren, Eamon Dunne, Alan and Wayne Bradley, Michael Ryan and Jeffrey Morrow to ascertain the "volume of traffic" between the numbers on the morning of November 2 and to identify the cell sites through which the calls and text messages were routed.
She said that when she eliminated any duplicates from mobile phone company records of all six phones there were 193 transactions left.
The court heard that the accused's phone registered off phone cells from Sandyford to Belgard, Leixlip and Celbridge that morning, as did Dunne's phone, Mr Morrow's phone and the phones being used by Alan and Wayne Bradley on the day.
The trial continues before Judge Patrick McCartan and a jury of seven men and four women.