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Robert Broughan is A 25-year-old man was charged with the murder of Roy Hopkins, who died after an attack on Co Kildare on Friday night.
Robert Broughan of Rathangan, St. Patrick’s Park in Co Kildare, was charged with sitting at the Naas District Court on Sunday afternoon.
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Roy Hopkins died because of serious injuries
Hopkins (34) was discovered shortly after 9 am on Friday in Co Kildare, Raregan, Glenaree Bridge with serious injuries.
She was taken to Naas General Hospital by ambulance and later pronounced dead.
Roy Hopkins suspects evidence of arrest
Detective Garda Seamus Doyle gave evidence of arrest, accusation and precaution.
He told the court that Mr Broughan was charged at 2 pm on Sunday afternoon. When he was careful, he told the court: “Are we going to Naas?”
Speaking at court, Det Garda Doyle said that Mr. Broughan and Mr. Hopkins know each other and attend the scene together.
The detective said that Mr. Hopkins died after an attack by a “blunt instrument” and believed that it was gardaí’s baseball bat.
A 25 year-old man has been charged with the murder of a man at Glenaree Bridge, Rathangan in County Kildare. 34 year-old Roy Hopkins was found seriously injured on Friday evening, he later died. pic.twitter.com/cVfxAdmRAK
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However, he added, certain details of the case are still being investigated.
Roy Hopkins suspect killer is in prison now
Mr. Broughan has been detained in Cloverhill prison until Thursday (August 6th) and will appear again with a video link in front of the Naas District Court this day.
Working as a landscape architect, Mr. Broughan will undergo any treatment, as well as a full psychological assessment.
Judge Desmond Ziadan wanted to “accept the loss of life”, regardless of the outcome of the trial, and said he was sympathetic to both the victim and her family.
Mr. Hopkins’s post-mortem time is scheduled for a later date and will be run by the State Pathologist.
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