A person has appeared in court docket in relation to an alleged incident in Letterkenny on Wednesday.
Richard Mawhinney was introduced earlier than Thursday’s sitting of Letterkenny District Court docket.
Mawhinney was charged with alleged public order offences at Burnside Park.
Mawhinney, a 25-year-old of Burnside Residences, Decrease Principal Avenue, Letterkenny, was charged that he did use or have interaction in threatening, abusive or insulting phrases or behaviour with intent to impress a breach of the peace or being reckless as as to whether a breach of the peace may be occasioned.
The offence is opposite to part 6 of the Prison Justice (Public Order) Act 1994, as amended by part 22 of the Intoxicating Liquor Act 2008.
Mawhinney was additional charged that he was current whereas intoxicated to such an extent as would give rise to an affordable apprehension that he may endanger himself or another particular person in his neighborhood.
The offence is opposite to part 4 of the Prison Justice (Public Order) Act 1994, as amended by part 22 of the Intoxicating Liquor Act 2008
Sergeant Jim Collins informed the court docket that Gardai had no objections to bail. Mawhinney is on station bail.
The court docket heard that Mawhinney was appropriate for authorized support and solicitor Mr Rory O’Brien was assigned.
Choose Éiteáin Cunningham adjourned the matter till October 23.
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