A person who stole 4 cans of cider from a Letterkenny grocery store has been instructed that his ‘behaviour has to cease’.
Myles Connors, 46, of Neil T Blaney Street, Letterkenny appeared earlier than Letterkenny District Courtroom in reference to an incident on November 4, 2022.
Connors is charged with stealing 4 cans of Linden Village cider value €8 from Tesco.
Connors appeared at courtroom on foot of a bench warrant after presenting himself to Letterkenny Garda Station. Garda Matthew Lenehan gave proof of arresting Connors.
The courtroom heard that Connors entered Tesco at 4.45pm and took 4 cans of cider. Sergeant Collins mentioned Connors was cooperative and made full admissions.
The property was recovered, the courtroom was knowledgeable.
Solicitor Mr Patsy Gallagher, representing Connors, mentioned a member of safety noticed Connors finishing up the act and apprehended him instantly.
Sergeant Collins mentioned the accused has 31 earlier convictions, most for a various quantity of public order offences.
“He’s recognized to the courtroom and is well detectable,” Mr Gallagher mentioned, including that his consumer is ‘coping with a illness’.
“The behaviour has to cease,” mentioned Decide Éiteáin Cunningham. “It could possibly’t proceed.”
Decide Cunningham directed the preparation of a Probation and Welfare report and remanded Connors on bail. Decide Cunningham mentioned the courtroom would provide any help to ‘assist in his restoration’.
Warning for Letterkenny man who stole 4 cans of cider was final modified: June 14th, 2023 by