Carnlough youth is accused of dangerous driving and theft of a police cone and a flood sign belonging to DoE

Ballymena Courthouse6
Ballymena Courthouse

A Carnlough youth has been accused of dangerous driving and the theft of a police cone and a flood sign belonging to the DoE.

Ryan Joseph Neeson (19), of Cranny View, faces seven charges relating to dates in May this year.

He allegedly drove dangerously, was an unaccompanied L driver and used a Seat Toledo without insurance on May 14.

On the same date it is alleged he had cannabis.

Regarding May 20 he was accused of having cannabis and stealing a police cone and flood sign.

He appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court on Thursday June 14 where his solicitor was Archie McCormick.

The case was adjourned to July 19.

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