En­nis­cor­thy teenager in breach of bar­ring or­der

Enniscorthy Guardian - - NEWS -

BREACH of an in­terim bar­ring or­der re­sulted in an 18-year-old man be­ing brought be­fore the district court last week.

Stephen Doyle, with an ad­dress pre­vi­ously listed as 3 Fr Mur­phy Close was charged with crim­i­nal dam­age to the value of €150 to a car at Fr Mur­phy Close last Christ­mas Eve, breach­ing the in­terim bar­ring or­der taken out by his mother at 3 Fr Mur­phy Close on Fe­bru­ary 15 and fail­ing to ap­pear be­fore the court on Fe­bru­ary 14.

The court heard that Doyle had nu­mer­ous pre­vi­ous con­vic­tions in­clud­ing theft and crim­i­nal dam­age. His mother Anne Doyle, who had taken out the bar­ring or­der, was present in court as the case was heard and Bar­ris­ter Eugene Man­ley told the court that Stephen had been in cus­tody since Fe­bru­ary 16.

Mr Man­ley said that he could pro­vide a new ad­dress at 87 St Ai­dan’s Cres­cent and said that his client had prob­lems with drugs which needed to be ad­dressed.

Judge Chea­tle asked Ms Doyle if she wanted her son to still stay away from the house, to which she said she did. On the crim­i­nal dam­age charge, Judge Chea­tle handed down a two month prison sen­tence, back dated to when Doyle en­tered cus­tody. On the breach of the bar­ring or­der, he put him on a Pro­ba­tion Bond for 12 months with the con­di­tions that he en­gage with the Pro­ba­tion Ser­vice and re­side at 87 St Ai­dan’s Cres­cent.

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