Ballymena woman is accused of ‘continually ringing Ambulance Service’ in breach of ASBO

Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

A WOMAN accused of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order by continually ringing the Ambulance Service and ‘causing them inconvenience’ has had her case sent to Antrim Crown Court where it has been listed for December 8.

Corrina Cully (48), of Railway Street, Ballymena, is charged in relation to February 25 this year.

She appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court from the office of her defence solicitor John McAtamney.

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