Not guilty plea to charge of allowing horses to wander at a road

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A Ballymoney man has pleaded not guilty to a charge of whilst being the keeper of horses allowed the animals to ‘wander, or lie on’ or be at the side of a road.

Paul McClenaghan (48), of Chestnut Grove, is accused of committing the offence on May 26 this year.

The charge sheet lists the scene of the alleged incident as ‘Frosses Road’.

The case was listed at Coleraine Magistrates Court on Friday and was adjourned to early December to fix a date for a contest.

The alleged offence is said to have been ‘contrary to Article 93(2) of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993’.


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