Courtcase, Liam Heylin

Courtcase, Liam Heylin

Cork woman put ‘a curse’ on gardaí

Cork woman put ‘a curse’ on gardaí

12.9.2019

Cork woman put ‘a curse’ on gardaí

A Cork woman put a curse on gardaí that they or someone in their families would die.

“A fulsome apology to the guards withdrawing all the things she said,” Judge Kelleher said.

Sgt Kelleher said she became highly abusive and threatening towards gardaí.

Judge Kelleher said, “It is a very serious matter. It is her third Section 6 now.” This section of the Public Order Act refers to threatening behaviour.

As well as the suspended sentence pending a letter of apology a fine of €250 was imposed on her for being drunk and a source of danger.

Read more: Irish Examiner

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