Breach of safety or­der ad­mit­ted

Bray People - - NEWS -

A man in his 70s ad­mit­ted breach­ing a safety or­der at his for­mer home on two oc­ca­sions.

Robert Car­roll ( 74) had been or­dered to stay away from his wife’s house in Ken­mare Heights.

How­ever he was there and in­tox­i­cated on July 18 and Septem­ber 23.

He was shout­ing at his wife and on one oc­ca­sion one of his daugh­ters.

He also prod­ded his wife’s shoul­der, the court heard.

The court heard that Car­roll is now rent­ing in Wick­low.

The court also heard his pen­sion goes mainly on rent and ex­penses.

Solic­i­tor Con­way O’Hara said that his client has worked hard all his life.

When he re­tired was at a loose end and started drink­ing heav­ily.

How­ever he has not been drink­ing at all of late.

Judge Wil­liam Hamill handed down a fine of € 75.

The judge said that if he is back be­fore the courts again he now has two pre­vi­ous con­vic­tions on his record.

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