The Irish Times, 19 November 1926
   Robert Ahearne and Daniel Buckley, both of Cork City, were charged at the Midleton District Court yesterday with having taken part in the raid on Carrigtwohill Civic Guard station on Sunday night last, when eight armed men entered the barrack, made the Guards face the wall, and took away the station records.
   Superintendent Mansfield, Cork, gave evidence of the accused men being pointed out by two Carrigtwohill Guards from amongst twenty-eight men on an identification parade in Cork.
   After evidence of arrest had been given, the accused were remanded in custody to the next Midleton District Court on December 2nd.
   Mr. Casey, State solicitor, appeared for the State, and Mr. Barry O'Meara for Ahearne.
   An application for bail was opposed by the State solicitor, and the Justice refused to consider the matter at this stage.
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The Irish Times, 27 November 1926
AHERN—November 19, 1926, at Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital, after operation, Maurice Ahern, late of 8 Ashfield avenue, Ranelagh, ex-Detective Inspector, D.M.P, to the inexpressible grief of his wife and sons. R.I.P.
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