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Suspect wanted over murder of Gareth Hutch ‘lifted in Turkey’ after gardai sent international warrant for the murder of Gareth Hutch. Shortly before he was shot, Gareth Hutch was issued with a Garda Information Message that there was a threat to his life. Gareth Hutch was shot dead in Dublin on Tuesday 24 May 2016.
Jail for life
A brother and sister and another man have been jailed for life by the Special Criminal Court after being found guilty of the “deliberate and callous murder” of Gareth Hutch over two years ago. The three-judge court found Jonathan Keogh (33) fired the fatal shots that killed Mr Hutch (36) in “cold-blooded manner” and “had a hand in almost every aspect” of the planning of the murder.
The non-jury court also found that Thomas Fox (31) made a “probable” contribution to Mr Hutch’s murder, was a subordinate of Jonathan Keogh and acted under his general influence and direction. Mother-of-five Regina Keogh (41) “colluded” with her brother to cause serious injury to Mr Hutch and was guilty of murder due to her involvement with her brother’s affairs, the court also found.
A suspect wanted over the murder of Gareth Hutch has been lifted in Turkey, Gardai had sent an international warrant for the man after he went abroad.
Jonathan Keogh, Regina Keogh and Thomas Fox have been jailed for the killing, but another suspect has remained in exile. Gardai were last night trying to confirm Turkish reports the wanted man had been detained in Kusadasi after a warrant was sent through Interpol.