Man or­dered to stay away from Gorey bet­ting shop

Gorey Guardian - - NEWS -

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.

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