Burglary accused is banned from Carnlough and Cushendall after being freed on bail

FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsApp A man accused of a string of burglaries in the Glens has been freed on bail with strict conditions. Michael Thomas Cullen (23), of Lagmore Dale, in Dunmurry near Belfast, is banned from entering Cushendall and Carnlough. He also has an 8pm-7am curfew and is electronically tagged. He is not to be in the […]

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A man accused of a string of burglaries in the Glens has been freed on bail with strict conditions.

Michael Thomas Cullen (23), of Lagmore Dale, in Dunmurry near Belfast, is banned from entering Cushendall and Carnlough.

He also has an 8pm-7am curfew and is electronically tagged.

He is not to be in the front seats of a private car and he must not consume alcohol.

The defendant appeared at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Monday via video link from Maghaberry Jail.

The case has been adjourned to March 11.

A co-accused – David Anthony Connors (28), of Old Forge in Dunmurry – who had previously been on the run after getting out of jail to attend his brother’s funeral, remains in custody.

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