Jail over brutal attacks
JANESSA EKERT spent 278 days in custody, which could not be declared, and described the offending as “out of character”.
This was his first time in jail. “He says that it’s been an eye opener for him,” Mr Sheridan said.
Donahue was “seeking to curtail his drinking”, which had been a real issue for him.
He will be released on parole on October 23 this year. Convictions were recorded.