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District court briefs


Wexford Courthouse.

Wexford Courthouse.

Wexford Courthouse.


A Taghmon man charged with having more than €13,000 in cannabis at Rosslare Europort last year has had his case adjourned into next month for the preparation of a Book of Evidence.

€13,000 cannabis case adjourned

John Lambert (38), of 2 Stream Street, Taghmon, is charged with having cannabis for sale or supply, possession of cannabis and having cannabis valued at €13,000 or more at Rosslare Europort on November 27, 2020.

Judge Máire Conneely adjourned the case to December 21 at Wexford District Court.

Bench warrant

A bench warrant has been issued for a New Ross man charged with having drugs in Wexford earlier this year.

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Paul Daly (34), 33 Brooklawn, New Ross, is charged with possession of drugs at Wexford Retail Park on April 15.

Sgt Gary Raynor sought a bench warrant for his arrest at Wexford District Court on Tuesday, November 16, after he failed to attend the court session.

Adjourned for Book of Evidence

A case involving the alleged theft of €11,800 from a New Ross business has been adjourned for the preparation of a Book of Evidence.

Adam Kinsella, 6 Ashgrove, Castlehyde, Rosbercon, is charged with theft from Cooney Furlong agricultural suppliers located at Bosheen, New Ross, on March 2, 2020.

Sgt Gary Raynor asked Judge Máire Conneely at Wexford District Court for the case to be adjourned for preparation of the book.

The judge adjourned the case to December 21, remanding the defendant on continuing bail.

Drink in system from day before

A man charged with drunken driving at Ballygalvert told a judge he had been drinking the previous day and was caught with alcohol in his system.

Luke Connors (30) of Raheenduff, Clonroche, was charged at Wexford District Court with drunken driving at Ballygalvert on October 30, when 22mcgs of alcohol was detected in his system.

Judge Máire Conneely heard that Connors was taken to New Ross Garda Station where he was charged.

“I had drink in my system from the previous day,” Connors said.

Judge Conneely adjourned the case to February 15.