Man faces charges including possessing a knife with intent to commit grievous bodily harm

BallymenaMagistratesCourt
Ballymena Magistrates Court

A man charged with offences including possessing a knife with intent to commit grievous bodily harm has has his case further adjourned.

Jan Krys (46), of Springmount Road near Glarryford, is alleged to have committed offences on October 6 last year.

He is further charged with assaulting two females; making a threat to kill them and attempting to choke suffocate or strangle them.

The case was mentioned at Ballymena Magistrates Court on January 10 and adjourned to January 24.

Meanwhile, the defendant has admitted being uninsured after being detected in a Volkswagen Caddy at Ballycraigy Road in Antrim on July 9 last year.

Defence solicitor Stewart Ballentine said the insurance had been cancelled due to non-payment but his client had not received emails.

The lawyer claimed the defendant had given money for the insurance premium to another person which, it was alleged, had not been paid and had been spent elsewhere.

For the insurance offence the defendant was banned from driving for three months and fined £300

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