A 50-year-old man has had his case further adjourned for sentencing when it came up for review.
Michael O’Hagan, 48 Mary Street North, Dundalk, was charged with engaging in threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour; failing to provide a garda with his name and address; failing to comply with the direction of a garda; and continually shouting profanities in the court room at members of the public and An Garda Síochána, and continuing with profane language in the lobby after being requested by a garda to desist, at Dundalk courthouse on 2 May last.
A probation report was in front of Judge Mitchell last week, and he put the matter back to 17 October for Judge Coughlan to finalise.
The judge noted the probation service can’t engage further with the defendant. calibre rounds of ammunition and one stun gun at 29 Slieve Foy Park on 31 May, 2017.
Judge Mitchell refused jurisdiction and adjourned the case for the formal consent of the DPP and a book of evidence to 14 November next.