Man who had denied allowing horses to wander is found not guilty as charge is dismissed

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A Ballymoney man who had denied a charge that while being the keeper of horses he allowed them to ‘wander, or lie on’ or be at the side of a road has been found not guilty and has had the case against him dismissed.

Paul McClenaghan (49), of Chestnut Grove, was accused of committing the offence on May 26 last year.

The charge sheet had alleged an incident happened at ‘Frosses Road’.

The case was listed at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Friday.

The charge has been brought in connection with Article 93(2) of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993.

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