A WEXFORD man found in possession of cannabis resin has been warned to make a €150 donation to the Cornmarket Project – as he was ordered to do last December – if he is to escape without a conviction.
Philip Robinson, 32 The Faythe, was found in possession of a small amount of cannabis resin on March 12, 2009, at his home address. Last December, he had been ordered to pay €150 to the Cornmarket Project, but hadn't done so yet. Robinson said he has been out of work for a year. Judge O Buachalla adjourned the case until July 19, warning Robinson that the sum will have to be paid by that date.