Garda asks that man stay out of harbour area
Published 11/03/2014 | 05:42
A DEFENDANT who was remanded in custody with consent to bail managed to meet those bail terms during the course of the hearing at Wexford District Court.
Before the court was Miguel Meyler, of Sheepwalk, Drinagh, charged with being intoxicated at Ballygillane, Rosslare Harbour, on February 24 last.
He's also charged with failing to comply with directions of gardai and of threatening, abusive and insulting behaviour.
Defence Solicitor, Mr. Timothy Cummings, said the defendant had previously been before the court.
Garda Edward Daly told the court the he would require the independent bail bond to be substantial.
He also asked that the defendant stay at Sheepwalk, Drinagh, for there was no such address as 92 Barr na Halla, Rosslare Harbour, which the defendant had given at the time of arrest.
Garda Daly also asked that there be a curfew from 9 p.m. to 7.30 a.m., that he remain sober and sign on at Wexford Garda Station on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
He requested that the defendant be ordered to remain out of Rosslare Harbour village area
Judge Gerard Haughton granted Garda Daly's application. He said he would remand the defendant in custody to April 1 with consent to bail in own bond of €300 and independent surety of €900, with cash surety of €300, with both bail bonds to be approved.
An independent surety came forward and was approved by Inspector Pat McDonald.
Judge Haughton adjourned the case to April 1 for hearing.