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Coleraine man is told to address anger issues

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A man who put a man in fear of assault and damaged the man’s car has been put on Probation for 18 months with a condition that he addresses anger issues.

Stefan Morrow (20), with an address at Hartford Park in Coleraine, appeared at Coleraine Magistrates Court on July 1 in connection with charges of common assault and criminal damage relating to March 30 this year.

The court heard there had been an incident around 1pm at Richmond Drive in Coleraine.

A prosecutor said the defendant told police his “bad temper had got the better of him”.

Defence barrister Francis Rafferty said there had been no physical contact on the other man.

He told the court there had been an “ongoing dispute” and “some sort of neighbourhood-based taunting”.

The defendant was also ordered to pay compensation of £200 to the other man.

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