Clondalkin male strike lady and pennyless lamp
April 21, 2017 - table lamp
James Brady (38) was arrested after gardai were called and told he had carried out a attack and damage.
Judge David McHugh fined him €200 during Blanchardstown District Court.
Brady, of Lindisfarne Park, Clondalkin, pleaded guilty to assaulting Donna Wright.
He also certified causing rapist repairs to a list flare in a same occurrence during an residence during Harelawn Park, Clondalkin, on Oct 28, final year. Sergeant Maria Callaghan told a justice a occurrence happened during around 2.30pm.
Gardai were called to a residence after receiving a news that a domestic occurrence was holding place.
Sgt Callaghan pronounced a plant told gardai that Brady had assaulted her and damaged a lamp.
When a officers spoke to him during a house, he became assertive and was unco-operative with them.
He was arrested and taken to Ronanstown Garda Station, where he remained assertive while he was in custody, Sgt Callaghan said. He was charged with both offences.
The justice listened Brady had a series of prior motoring convictions. Judge McHugh asked for some-more information on what a indicted had done.
Sgt Callaghan pronounced Brady had strike a lady though she did not consider there were any injuries.
“This was what we competence call a family matter,” counterclaim barrister Terence Hanahoe said.
“He says it was merely a push.”
The decider asked if a plant had been hospitalised or had compulsory any medical attention. Sgt Callaghan pronounced this was not transparent from a questioning garda’s outline of a facts.
Mr Hanahoe done serve statements about a occurrence that conflicted with justification a sergeant had given. Sgt Callaghan pronounced she was referring to what a prosecuting garda had written.
“There was pulling and shoving in a residence and skill got broken,” Mr Hanahoe added.
Judge McHugh told a justice he was prepared to accept that a attack was “at a really lowest finish of a scale”.