Man ordered to stay away from Gorey betting shop
A man accused of having a knife in his pocket in Gorey was ordered by the District Court to stay away from a local betting shop.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of 35-year-old David Murray from 3 Newborough, Hollyfort Road in Gorey as he was not present as his case was called.
It was alleged by Garda Mick Dee that Murray had a closed Stanley knife in his possession at Main Street on a date in August.
The warrant was cancelled when the defendant reported to the courthouse later in the day, telling Judge Gerard Haughton that he had been in Dublin and that he slept it out.
Bail was allowed but, at the request of the garda, it was made a condition of his liberty that he must stay away from Boyle Sports.
‘I’ve no difficulty with that,’ declared Murray before signing his bail bond and leaving the building.