A person has been charged after being caught with two steak knives throughout an altercation in a busy purchasing centre in Letterkenny.
Lee Mitchell has been charged with the incident which occurred on the Courtyard Buying Centre on July 1st final.
Video footage of the incident which exhibits an altercation between 42-year-old Mitchell and one other man was broadly shared on social media.
The incident occurred at 3.30pm on a busy Saturday afternoon.
Mitchell, of Windmill View, Letterkenny, was charged that he produced in a fashion seemingly unlawfully to intimidate one other particular person any article able to inflicting severe harm, to wit two steak knives.
He was additionally charged over an incident on March 23 at Tesco. He was charged with utilizing or participating in threatening, abusive or insulting phrases or behaviour with intent to impress a breach of the peace or being reckless as as to whether a breach of the peace could also be occasioned.
Sergeant Jim Collins advised Letterkenny District Courtroom that instructions are awaited from the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) in respect of every cost.
The courtroom heard that Mitchell, who was represented by solicitor Ms Alison Parke, is at the moment in custody, serving a sentence on different issues.
The case was adjourned to August 10, when Mitchell is because of seem by way of video hyperlink.
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