Driver to enter ‘guilty plea’ at next court sitting

first_imgFacebook WhatsApp Linkedin Print NewsLocal NewsDriver to enter ‘guilty plea’ at next court sittingBy admin – April 16, 2012 462 A MAN charged with alleged ramming a garda patrol car in county Limerick last year appeared at Limerick District Court and indicated that a plea of guilty will be entered to the charges at the next sitting. 36-year-old John Ryan of Glengar, Doon, is charged with dangerous driving, failing to remain at the scene of an accident, failing to stop and failing to report an incident to gardai. The case relates to an incident that is alleged to have happened on December 27 last year at 12.45am, where the accused twice reversed his Opel Vectra into a parked garda patrol car.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up It is alleged that Ryan then sped off down the Main Street in Doon, and two gardai in the parked patrol car were treated in hospital for minor injuries.The car was later found burned out in a forest just outside Doon.Chris Lynch, solicitor, told the court that following consultation with his client, that a guilty plea will be entered at the next sitting relating to the charges, but that some paperwork was being sought.Judge Eamon O’Brien adjourned the matter until September 19.center_img Previous articleThey say it’s ‘Better than barolo’Next articleWasabi beef and a brace of risotto flavours admin Twitter Email Advertisementlast_img

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