A mother-of-four has been given a suspended sentence following a spate of thefts in Letterkenny.
Among the many incidents, Zaneta Adamajtys stole from a charity store.
Adamajtys, a 37-year-old of Oliver Plunkett Home, Oliver Plunkett Highway, Letterkenny, was earlier than Letterkenny District Court docket on Tuesday charged with three incidents of theft.
Sergeant Maurice Doyle outlined the fees to the courtroom.
On October 9, 2023, Adamajtys stole property, particularly a necklace and fragrance, from McFadden’s Pharmacy, Oldtown, Letterkenny. The stolen gadgets had been valued at €100 and the incident was captured on CCTV.
On December 4, 2023, Adamajtys took a costume high, valued at €213, from the St Vincent de Paul store.
In one other incident, the accused lady stole €120 of money from a feminine exterior Dunnes Shops, Oldtown Highway, Letterkenny.
Adamajtys has 5 earlier convictions
Adamajtys elected to have her case heard on the District Court docket and pleaded responsible.
Mr Patsy Gallagher, solicitor for Adamajtys, mentioned his consumer was affected by ‘depressive difficulties’ on the time.
“She will’t give any purpose for it and he or she accepts that that is unacceptable,” Mr Gallagehr mentioned. “We absolutely admire the danger this girl is below, however she has taken steps to rectify the difficulties.”
Mr Gallagher mentioned Adamajtys has had psychological well being difficulties and was asking the courtroom for ‘a chance to redeem herself’.
Adamajtys, her solicitor mentioned, has been getting help and has been prescribed ‘a variety of medicines that are extreme however are working’. Mr Gallagher mentioned that pressures in Adamajtys’s life have now dissipated now that she is residing in a distinct location.
Decide Ciaran Liddy mentioned he needed to take into account Adamajtys’s earlier convictions and the seriousness of the offences. Adamajtys was handed a six-month jail sentence, with everything suspended for 2 years.
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