A WAITER accused of copying the Laser cards of two customers in a restaurant where he worked, before spending over €1,100 of their money, has been sent for trial.

Andrei Nechifor (29) is alleged to have used the copy Laser cards to buy groceries, to get cash back, and to take money out of ATMs.

In all, it is alleged he stole €1,150.72 from the card owners’ accounts over a five-day period.

He is facing trial by judge and jury in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after a judge ruled the matters were too serious for the District Court.

The accused, with an address at Villa Park Road in Cabra, appeared before Dublin District Court charged with five counts of theft.

Nechifor had a book of evidence served on him before Judge Catherine Murphy returned him for trial to the next sittings of the Circuit Court. It is alleged that Nechifor used the stolen Laser cards to steal goods worth €23.16 from Eurospar, Bayside on February 14, 2007.

He is also accused of stealing goods worth €16.39, as well as €100 cash from Centra, Greendale, Dublin 5, also on February 14, 2007, and stealing a further €111.17, from Nolans Supermarket, Clontarf, on the same date.

It is alleged that Nechifor, who is originally from Romania, took €450 from the Bank of Ireland ATM in Malahide on February 10, 2007, and a further €450 from the Bank of Ireland ATM, Main Street, Swords, on February 13, 2007.

The total alleged amount of money taken by Nechifor is €1,150.72.

The court heard the DPP had directed summary disposal of the matters in the District Court.

Outlining the case at a previous hearing, Garda David O’Leary said it was alleged that Nechifor was working in a restaurant when he copied two customers’ Laser cards. He then used the copied cards, and took the money from their accounts without their knowledge, it was alleged.

Judge Cormac Dunne had refused jurisdiction of the charges, deeming them to be too serious for the District Court.

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Waiter is accused of copying cash cards

A WAITER accused of copying the Laser cards of two customers in a restaurant where he worked, before spending over €1,100 of their money, has been sent for trial.

Andrei Nechifor (29) is alleged to have used the copy Laser cards to buy groceries, to get cash back, and to take money out of ATMs.

In all, it is alleged he stole €1,150.72 from the card owners’ accounts over a five-day period.

He is facing trial by judge and jury in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court after a judge ruled the matters were too serious for the District Court.

The accused, with an address at Villa Park Road in Cabra, appeared before Dublin District Court charged with five counts of theft.

Nechifor had a book of evidence served on him before Judge Catherine Murphy returned him for trial to the next sittings of the Circuit Court. It is alleged that Nechifor used the stolen Laser cards to steal goods worth €23.16 from Eurospar, Bayside on February 14, 2007.

He is also accused of stealing goods worth €16.39, as well as €100 cash from Centra, Greendale, Dublin 5, also on February 14, 2007, and stealing a further €111.17, from Nolans Supermarket, Clontarf, on the same date.

It is alleged that Nechifor, who is originally from Romania, took €450 from the Bank of Ireland ATM in Malahide on February 10, 2007, and a further €450 from the Bank of Ireland ATM, Main Street, Swords, on February 13, 2007.

The total alleged amount of money taken by Nechifor is €1,150.72.

The court heard the DPP had directed summary disposal of the matters in the District Court.

Outlining the case at a previous hearing, Garda David O’Leary said it was alleged that Nechifor was working in a restaurant when he copied two customers’ Laser cards. He then used the copied cards, and took the money from their accounts without their knowledge, it was alleged.

Judge Cormac Dunne had refused jurisdiction of the charges, deeming them to be too serious for the District Court.

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