Monday, May 17, 2021

Drogheda gangster Paul Crosby charged in Keane Mulready-Woods murder

There was tight security as Paul Crosby, 25 appeared before Drogheda District Court where he was accused of the brutal murder of a 17-year-old boy. Crosby is a key protagonist in the Drogheda feud. He pleaded guilty to arson and was jailed for 54 months. He set fire to a car while under garda surveillance. Threats to Crosby's life are such that armed police are required for every court appearance. Crosby was a very close associate of the murdered Robbie Lawlor. Crosby is considered a key member of the so-called anti-Maguire faction in the feud.
Crosby is one of the main targets for the Maguire faction, whose leader Owen Maguire was left paralyzed after being shot in July 2018. Crosby ridiculed Maguire with many online insults. At one stage he even goaded Maguire by asking: "Do you want to go for a walk and sort this out?" Crosby claimed he assaulted Maguire's close associate Cornelius Price in a 2018 jailhouse attack. Crosby has more than 40 previous convictions.
See ----->Dublin gangster Robbie Lawlor whacked, Keane Mulready Woods