Glenarm man charged with having knife as offensive weapon in a public place in the village

Ballymena Court

A Glenarm man has been charged with possessing an offensive weapon – a knife – in a public place in the village.

Brendan Mulvenna (25), of Spring Hill, is accused of committing the offence on May 24 this year at Toberwine Street.

He appeared at Ballymena Magistrates Court on Thursday where a police officer said he believed he could connect the accused to the charge.

The defendant, who was represented by solicitor Kevin MacAllister, was released on his own bail of £500 with conditions including a midnight-6am curfew and he is not to be under the influence of alcohol in public.

The case was adjourned to July 5.

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