Man on charges in two dif­fer­ent courts

Bray People - - News Focus -

A YOUNG Bally­brack man who was given a chance not to come to garda at­ten­tion again failed to do so and com­mit­ted fur­ther crimes dur­ing the time.

Back in Fe­bru­ary the youth, who can­not be named for le­gal rea­sons, ap­peared in court on charges of theft at Hol­lands on Main Street, Bray, on Au­gust 27 last year. Judge Mur­rough Con­nel­lan put the mat­ter back to last Thurs­day to see if he came to the at­ten­tion of gar­daí.

The court heard the youth is fac­ing charges at an­other court for three pub­lic or­der of­fences and two charges of theft.

The De­fence Bar­ris­ter told the court that the de­fen­dant’s mother was in court and she re­alises her son has a drink prob­lem. The youth is now at­tend­ing a Youth Reach pro­gramme and is do­ing well and it looks as though he will sit his Leav­ing Cert. Judge Mur­rough Con­nel­lan en­tered the youth into a bond to keep the peace for one year.

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