A Donegal man has pleaded responsible to driving a Mercedes automobile, which was stolen.
James Mitchell appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court docket, the place he tendered responsible pleas to expenses of dealing with stolen property and of driving with out insurance coverage.
Mitchell, a 42-year-old with an tackle at Finnside Shut, Lifford, was delivered to Letterkenny courthouse from Castlerea Jail, the place he’s presently serving a sentence.
Mitchell spoke solely to plead responsible to the fees regarding January 16, 2020 at The Elms, Letterkenny.
He was charged with possession of stolen property, an offence opposite to Part 18 of the Felony Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act, 2001. He was charged that he did with out lawful authority or excuse possess stolen property, a black Mercedes E350 AMG, figuring out that the property was stolen or being reckless as as to whether it was stolen.
He was additionally charged with driving a mechanically propelled car, a black Mercedes E350 AMG, in a public place with out insurance coverage. The cost is opposite to Part 56 (1) and (3) of the Highway Visitors Act 1961 as amended by Part 18 of the Highway Visitors Act, 2006.
Barrister for Mitchell, Mr Peter Nolan BL, mentioned his consumer is anxious to have the matter handled.
Decide John Aylmer adjourned the case till Tuesday subsequent, October 24, for sentencing.
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