DRUNK IN PHAR­MACY

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On Au­gust 1 Dean Sarre was charged with one count of pub­lic nui­sance and on Au­gust 14 he failed to ap­pear in Ma­reeba District Court. Af­ter fail­ing to ap­pear in court on Au­gust 14 po­lice lo­cated Sar­ree sleep­ing in a ve­hi­cle in Ma­reeba. When Act­ing Mag­is­trate Raimund Heg­gie asked why he did not ap­pear in court Sarre said he had lost his pa­per­work and got the dates wrong. The court heard that on Au­gust 1, Sarre was drunk in Price­line Phar­macy. While in the phar­macy he yelled at a staff mem­ber and called her names. The man­ager was in­formed and asked him to leave when Sarre started call­ing the man­ager an ob­scene name. Af­ter the man­ager called po­lice he fol­lowed Sarre out of the shop where Sarre balled up his shirt and threw it at him. The 56-yearold man has no fixed ad­dress in Ma­reeba but has plans to move out of the re­gion. In court Sar­res ad­mit­ted to be­ing in­tox­i­cated on the day that he was in the phar­macy and that he did not re­mem­ber com­mit­ting any of­fences. Sarre was charged with five of­fences and re­ceived a 12 month pro­ba­tion order.

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