Body warrant issued
Published 19/07/2014 | 12:00
A BODY warrant was issued for a man who is alleged to have stolen petrol from a service station.
John Shelly (54) of Ravenswood, Newtown Road in Finglas, who is currently serving a five month prison sentence in the Midlands prison, is alleged to have made off without paying for petrol at the Maxol Filling Station in Donore on April 3rd. He is further alleged to have been driving while disqualified on April 5th at Woodlands and making off without paying for petrol at Waterfront Petrol Station on the Dublin Road in Drogheda on the same date. Shelly is also alleged to have been driving dangerously at Woodlands on April 5th.
Judge Flann Brennan issued the body warrant to have the defendant produced at court on July 18th.
Drug case adjourned for Book of Evidence
A MAN who has pleaded not guilty to being in unlawful possession of drugs had his case adjourned for a Book of Evidence to be compiled.
Graham Tully (57) of Malt House, Bessexwell Avenue in Drogheda pleaded not guilty before Drogheda District Court to being in unlawful possession of drugs for sale or supply at his home address on April 5th. He further pleaded not guilty to being in unlawful possession of drugs for sale or supply at Bessexwell Lane on the same date. Judge Flann Brennan remanded Tully on continuing bail to re-appear before the court on September 5th.
WARRANT FOR ARREST ISSUED
A BENCH warrant was issued for the arrest of a man who failed to attend Drogheda District Court to answer charges of being in possession of drugs.
Ryan Farrell (20) of Castlewood in Drogheda is alleged to have been in unlawful possession of drugs at Tesco on the Donore Road on January 27th.
Inspector Alan McGovern told the court that attempts were made to caution Farrell but no-one answered the door of his house, despite his car being in the drive way.