A person charged with stealing a pair of tracksuit bottoms from a Donegal Garda Station has had his case struck out after Gardai did not carry the proof to court docket.
Tony Ward appeared at Letterkenny District Courtroom charged with theft at Milford Garda Station.
Requested by Decide Eiteain Cunningham if he wished to plead responsible or not responsible, Mr Ward mentioned not responsible as this was only a sensible joke.
Garda Quigley advised the court docket that she was the Member in Cost of Milford Garda Station on January twenty seventh, 2022 when Detective Garda Patrick Kelly introduced Mr Ward into the station.
He had simply left the station after being arrested and launched on one other matter.
Nonetheless, Garda Kelly discovered him in possession of a medium sized gray tracksuit backside valued at €10, the property of An Garda Siochana.
Garda Quigley mentioned the tracksuit bottoms have been taken from the medical room on the station and that Mr Ward, of Muckish Terrace in Creeslough, had no permission to take them.
Beginning his cross examination, solicitor for the accused, Mr Frank Dorrian requested Garda Quigley if she had the tracksuit bottoms in court docket as proof.
Garda Inspector Tony Byrne mentioned the tracksuit bottoms had not been dropped at court docket and the case was struck out.
Lacking tracksuit bottoms means case towards Creeslough man a non-runner was final modified: July twenty third, 2023 by