Man to enter Probation Bond
A YOUNG Wexford man who presented a cheque made out to someone else and had it cashed in a local pub has been ordered to enter into a probation bond for 12 months.
Barry Moore (25), of 50 Ferndale Park, appeared before the court charged with handling stolen property and fraud offences in relation to the presenting of the AIB cheque – made payable to Richard Brown in the amount of €750 and drawn from the account of Mark Bradley – at Culleton's Bar, Whitemill, on February 10, 2007.
He was further charged with stealing a Wella hair streaking kit from Boots chemist on North Main Street on March 28, 2009.
A probation report was handed into Judge Donnchadh O Buachalla, along with a doctor's note. The judge also heard that the sum of money involved was repaid 'the next day'. The hair kit was also returned to Boots. Moore was ordered to enter into a probation bond for 12 months by Judge O Buachalla and to continue to attend all relevant medical appointments. night in question'. He said Sheehan, who has no previous convictions, is studying for a Science degree in Trinity College.
Judge Donnchadh O Buachalla fined him €400 and imposed the mandatory four-year disqualification.