Man has charge of possessing hypodermic needle as offensive weapon dismissed

FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsApp A man with a Ballymena address was today jailed for six months after pleading guilty to two assaults and stealing Prosecco wine and a mobile phone but had a charge of possessing a hypodermic needle as an offensive weapon, to which he had pleaded not guilty, dismissed. Gareth McKee (23), of Princes Street, had […]

Ballymena Court
Ballymena Court.
A man with a Ballymena address was today jailed for six months after pleading guilty to two assaults and stealing Prosecco wine and a mobile phone but had a charge of possessing a hypodermic needle as an offensive weapon, to which he had pleaded not guilty, dismissed.
Gareth McKee (23), of Princes Street, had the case dealt with at Ballymena Magistrates Court.
The offences happened in September.
At a recent court he was jailed for nine months for a series of thefts.
That court heard the defendant had been “brought into a life of crime” whilst growing up.

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