Two men and two women have been charged with impeding the investigation into the murder of Patricia O’Connor, whose dismembered remains were found in the Dublin-Wicklow Mountains last year.
Four charged with impeding Patricia O'Connor murder inquiry
Augustine O'Connor, 74, of Mill Close, Clasheen, Stamullen, Co Meath, his daughter Louise O'Connor, 40, of Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1, her ex-partner Keith Johnson, 41, of Avonbeg Gardens, Tallaght and Ms O'Connor's daughter, Stephanie, 20, of Lower Gardiner Street, Dublin 1, all appeared at Tallaght District Court today.
All four were arrested this morning.
Ms O'Connor, 61, from Rathfarnham in Dublin, was reported missing on 2 June 2017.
Her remains were subsequently found scattered across a 30km area of Dublin and Wicklow later that month.
All four have been released on bail and will appear again at Tallaght District Court on 29 November.
One man has already been charged with her murder and is currently before the courts.