Jail over bru­tal at­tacks

The Weekend Post - - News -

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.

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