Molls in mexico
Two major gangsters involved in Drogheda feud joined in Mexico by molls looking to start new life
- 28 Sep 2020, 7:30
- Updated: 27 Sep 2020, 19:15
TWO major gangsters involved in the Drogheda feud have been joined in Mexico by their molls.
Gardai received intelligence last week that the women flew across the Atlantic to start a new life.
There have been no sightings of the women — whose lovers are at war with associates of gangland target Owen Maguire — over the last two weeks.
Investigators believe they joined their partners, who once employed murdered hitman Robbie Lawlor, because there is no extradition treaty with Ireland.
European Arrest Warrants were issued for the men after they were charged here with serious incidents linked to the bitter feud.
The thugs fled to Spain following the gruesome killing and mutilation of teenager Keane Mulready-Woods in January.
MOLLS ‘ALWAYS GET HOMESICK’
Although they have now left Ireland, they still have supporters in the Drogheda area.
But gardai fear other criminals will attempt to take over their turf because they remain in exile and because of Lawlor’s murder in Belfast in April.
A source said: “Gardai have intelligence that the two suspects are now living with their partners in Mexico.”