Woman is accused of breaching ASBO which bans her from making nuisance calls to Ambulance Service

FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsAppA Ballymena woman accused of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order banning her from inconveniencing the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service with nuisance calls and also preventing her from being abusive to the PSNI appeared at the town’s Magistrates Court on February 7. Corrina Cully (46), allegedly committed the offences in the Railway Street area of Ballymena. […]

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Ballymena Court.

A Ballymena woman accused of breaching an Anti-Social Behaviour Order banning her from inconveniencing the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service with nuisance calls and also preventing her from being abusive to the PSNI appeared at the town’s Magistrates Court on February 7.

Corrina Cully (46), allegedly committed the offences in the Railway Street area of Ballymena.

She was released on her own bail of £500 and her case was sent to Antrim Crown Court in March.

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