April 15, 2024

A lady who was banned from visiting nearly all retailers in Letterkenny has had her bail circumstances partially lifted.

Jodie Quill, who faces a variety of alleged shoplifting offences within the city, appeared earlier than Letterkenny District Courtroom.

Quill and her alleged confederate Nakita Brogan are accused of stealing nearly €1,200 price of products from varied retailers throughout the city.

The pair had been dubbed Bonnie and Clyde at a earlier courtroom sitting after that they had failed to show up for a earlier courtroom sitting after being detained in Northern Eire.

Ms Quill’s solicitor, Mr Rory O’Brien, mentioned he was looking for to have her bail circumstances lifted.

Ms Quill, with an deal with at Carraig Craobh, Crievesmith, Letterkenny, had been ordered to signal on at Letterkenny Garda Station.

The 25 12 months outdated was additionally ordered to remain out of Letterkenny Procuring Centre, Letterkenny retail Park and all of the retailers in town’s Major Avenue.

Mr O’Brien mentioned that this meant successfully your complete city.

After session with Garda Sergeant Maurice Doyle, it was agreed that Ms Quill might return and store at Letterkenny Procuring Centre together with which incorporates the Tesco retailer.

Her signing on days on the native Garda station had been additionally decreased in quantity from three days to 2 days.

Decide Eiteain Cunningham adjourned Ms Quill’s case till Might twenty fourth subsequent.

Decide permits lady accused of shoplifting spree to go to Letterkenny Procuring Centre was final modified: March 4th, 2024 by Employees Author