Advertisement Facebook NewsFat frog fan jailed for breaching court orderBy Staff Reporter – August 19, 2015 1082 Print WhatsApp Email Previous articleJack and Sarah move a step closer to homeNext article‘Spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings’ Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Twitter by Andrew [email protected]ign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A COUNTY Limerick man has been jailed for a year for breaching a court order excluding him from a Newcastle West housing estate.John Ryan (35) of The Paddocks, Newcastle West had been ordered by a judge not to go into the Sharwood housing estate in the County Limerick town.However, Gardaí told Limerick District Court last week that he was found to be in breach of that order on five occasions during October, November and December in 2013.He was also facing charges of the possession of a knife at Asumpta Park in November 2013 and the theft of a €12 bottle of vodka from Garveys supermarket a month earlier.Sgt John Moloney said that Ryan had 172 previous convictions.Defence solicitor Michael O’Donnell told Judge Marie Keane that he was entering a guilty plea to all matters. His client had issues with drink which contributed to his behaviour.“His favourite drink at one stage was fat frogs and that didn’t help his cause”, Mr O’Donnell added.Imposing 12 month concurrent sentences for each breach of the exclusion order, Judge Keane said the defendant had an appalling record and it was obvious he believed “he can come and go to this address as he pleases”.A three month sentence was imposed for the possession of the knife and he was fined for the theft offence.Recognisance in the event of an appeal was set at €1,000. Linkedin
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