Ballymena Court: Woman is accused of breaching ASBO by ‘persistently’ phoning for ambulances

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

A WOMAN is accused of breaching an anti-social behaviour order by ‘persistently’ phoning the Ambulance Service and ‘causing them inconvenience’.

The case was mentioned at Ballymena Magistrates Court where the defence solicitor was John McAtamney.

The defendant is Corrina Cully (48), of Railway Terrace, Ballymena.

The charge relates to February 25 this year.

At court the case was adjourned to October 15.

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