A Letterkenny man has voluntarily gone to jail after withdrawing an enchantment towards his imprisonment.
Lee Mitchell appeared at Letterkenny Circuit Court docket on Tuesday to formally withdraw an enchantment towards a sentence imposed on the District Court docket.
Mitchell, a 42-year-old with an tackle at Windmill View, Letterkenny, was given a two-month jail sentence for offences dedicated in 2021.
Whereas an enchantment was lodged to the Circuit Court docket in respect of the sentence, Mitchell’s solicitor Mr Frank Dorrian knowledgeable the court docket that the enchantment was being withdrawn.
Mr Dorrian mentioned Mitchell is ‘a gentleman with a really troubled historical past’ who has ‘didn’t show rehabilitation’.
Mitchell was charged with stealing a bottle of Captain Prepare dinner’s Spiced Rum valued at €16.79 from Lidl, Pearse Highway, Letterkenny, on March 28, 2021.
The accused was additionally charged with stealing jambons and rooster wings valued at €5.85 from Dunnes Shops, Oldtown Highway, Letterkenny, on March 29, 2021.
Mitchell was additionally charged with an offence on April 18, 2021 at Ean Eile Cafe, Justice Walsh Highway, Letterkenny, the place, having entered the constructing as a trespasser did commit an arrestable offence to wit theft therein.
Decide John Aylmer mentioned the withdrawal of the enchantment affirmed the District Court docket order, that means Mitchell will go to jail for 2 months.
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