Man accused of stealing bicycle banned from Blackrock and Haggardstown

A 19 year old man accused of taking a bicycle in Blackrock, was banned from the village - and the Haggardstown area last week, as part of his bail conditions. Robert Wallace was also told at Dundalk district court that he must live at his mother’s address at Francis Street in Drogheda and observe a curfew between 9pm and 9am, and present himself if Gardai visit the home to confirm he is there.

A 19 year old man accused of taking a bicycle in Blackrock, was banned from the village - and the Haggardstown area last week, as part of his bail conditions. Robert Wallace was also told at Dundalk district court that he must live at his mother’s address at Francis Street in Drogheda and observe a curfew between 9pm and 9am, and present himself if Gardai visit the home to confirm he is there.

The defendant is charged with using the bike without the consent of its owner at Cocklehill, Blackrock on the second of August. Judge Patrick Clyne remanded him on 100 euro bail with an independent surety of 300 euro, until the 11th of September. In addition to the other bail terms, the accused must remain intoxicant free at all time apart from prescription medication.