'Bring your pyjamas'
Published 11/02/2014 | 05:42
'THIS is your last chance. If you fail to complete your community service by March 11, bring your pyjamas with you when you come back.'
Those were the words of Judge John Lindsay to Bobby Kelly of Gurteenminogue, Murrintown, who appeared before Wexford District Court for having failed to comply with a community service order issued by the court on April 15, 2013.
The probation officer told the court that Mr Kelly had not completed his community service, but said that he would be open to granting him a final chance. Judge Lindsay told Mr Kelly: 'This is your last chance. That's it,' and ordered that he complete all of the community service by March 11.
&EURO;300 FINE FOR SPEEDING
Breaking the 100 km/h speed limit at Camross on April 1 last year drew a conviction and fine of €300 down on Marien Takacs of 5 Whiterock Heights in Wexford.
The penalty was handed down by Judge John Lindsay after he heard that the defendant had passed up the opportunity to make a donation to charity in order to avoid the conviction.
NOT WEARING A SAFETY BELT
Not wearing his safety belt cost Christopher Connors of 26 Clonard Village, Wexford, a fine of €200. The offence occurred at Beechlawn on April 8 last year and was dealt with at the District Court in Gorey.
BREAK-IN CASE IS STRUCK OUT
Prosecution of Jason Holt (21) from Knottown, Ardcavan for burglary at Goldsmiths XI in Duncormick was struck out after €200 was produced. The incident occurred on January 30 last year.
AGGRESSIVE AT NIGHT CLUB
Nevan Stokes of 30 Beechlawn, Clonard, Wexford, has been handed a €200 fine for his aggressive behaviour outside an Enniscorthy nightclub. He attended the District Court in Gorey last week to plead guilty on a public order charge.