May 19, 2024

A Choose has put a ‘freeze’ on a courtroom resolution between two rival ice-cream salesmen in Co Donegal after listening to a peace deal might have melted.

Jim Chambers, aged 63 and Stephen Cole, aged 41 had each been delivered to Falcarragh District Courtroom following a sequence of incidents between the pair on Rathmullan seashore.

The pair are accused of a sequence of incidents after they arrange on the identical beachside promoting pitch within the scenic seaside city.

The fees embody a breach of the peace at Rathmullan Seaside on July nineteenth, 2019 and in addition assault on twenty fifth July, 2021 at Rathmullan.

The case had been adjourned till this week to see if peace, which had beforehand damaged out between the pair, remained in place.

Nonetheless, Garda Inspector Seamus McGonigle stated there had been an oblique incident arising out of the circumstances.

Due to this he requested the courtroom to adjourn the case for an additional two months to see how issues proceeded earlier than the summer season.

Garda Inspector Seamus McGonigle had beforehand advised the courtroom “As soon as the solar shines, the issues come up.”

He added that the rows between the 2 events was taking on a whole lot of Garda time.

Solicitor for Cole of Trentabuoy, Drumkeen, Mr James Canny, stated he had understood that peace had been discovered and was undecided what the oblique incident concerned.

Choose Eiteain Cunningham stated the courtroom had already given the defendants latitude within the matter.

Inspector McGonigle stated he was making use of to have the circumstances adjourned for 2 months earlier than the summer season interval was embarked upon.

Choose Cunningham agreed and adjourned the circumstances till Might nineteenth for additional info.

Courtroom places ‘freeze’ on peace deal between warring ice-cream salesmen was final modified: April 18th, 2024 by Employees Author