A chef who was coming back from work was caught driving underneath the affect of medication.
Christopher Malley was disqualified from driving for one 12 months when he appeared at Letterkenny District Court docket.
Sergeant Vincent Muldoon instructed the courtroom that he was finishing up a checkpoint on July 1, 2020 at Gortnavern, Kerrykeel, when he stopped a car.
The motive force of the car, Malley, appeared ‘very nervous’, Sergeant Muldoon instructed the courtroom.
Malley, a 39-year-old of Meetinghouse Road, Stranorlar, examined optimistic for the presence of cocaine in his system.
Sergeant Muldoon stated Malley was ‘co-operative’. The detection occurred at 12.07am and Malley instructed Gardai that he was a chef who was going residence from work.
Malley’s solicitor stated his consumer tendered the earliest potential plea and the incident occurred after the ‘unhappy passing of a detailed member of the family’.
Choose Éiteáin Cunningham fined Malley €100, permitting six months to pay, and disqualified him from driving for one 12 months.
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