Former Golf tournament director charged with deception involving almost €1 million
A 41 year old former Golf Tournament director has been charged with deception involving close to €1 million.
David McMahon was remanded on bail to appear before a Kerry court later this month.
Mr. McMahon was arrested on foot of six arrest warrants at Dublin Airport last Thursday and appeared before a special sitting of Cork District Court last Friday.
The charges involve alleged dishonest inducement by deception and the use a false instrument, to wit a letter, to the prejudice of a person or persons.
The alleged offences occurred in 2018 with one of the charges related to dishonestly inducing bank managers to lodge money in to Premier Irish Golf Tours Ltd.’s account.
The theft and fraud offences involve individual sums, the smallest which was €30,000, to the largest which involves a sum of an €600,000.
Judge Colm Roberts remanded Mr. McMahon on bail until his next court appearance on August 25th in Tralee District Court.