May 19, 2024

A Convoy man has appeared in court docket after being charged with 4 counts of harmful driving in east Donegal on Tuesday.

Keith Kerrigan, a 40-year-old of Carrickbrack, was introduced earlier than Choose Éiteáin Cunningham at Letterkenny District Court docket having been held in garda custody in a single day following his arrest.

Kerrigan was apprehended by gardai with a number of garda models aiding within the matter after the accused did not cease at a checkpoint in Killygordon.

Kerrigan was charged with separate counts of harmful driving on Might 7, 2024 at Gleneely, Crossroads Killygordon; at Liscooley; at Carrickbrack, Convoy; and Carnowen Street, Convoy.

He was charged with 4 counts that he did drive a car in a way (together with pace) which, having regard to all of the circumstances of the case (together with the situation of the car, the character, situation and use of such place and the quantity of the visitors which then truly was or would possibly moderately be anticipated to be therein) was harmful to the general public or was prone to be harmful to the general public.

The costs are opposite to part 53 (1) of the Street Visitors Act, 1961 as substituted by part 4 of the Street Visitors Ac (No.2) Act 2011.

Kerrigan was represented by solicitor Ms Maureen Gallagher.

Kerrigan was granted bail in his personal bond of €200. He’s to signal on as soon as every week at Ballybofey Garda Station and should present a cellphone quantity to be contactable always by gardai.

Choose Cunningham adjourned the matter till June 17 for instructions from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP).

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