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Man admits being disorderly at Causeway Hospital

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A MAN has admitted being disorderly at a hospital.

Paul Armstrong (61), with an address listed on the charge sheet as Dacre Terrace in Derry/Londonderry but now given as Casement Street in Ballymena, was disorderly at the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine on May 18 this year.

He also admitted resisting two police officers in the execution of their duty on the same date, according to the charge sheet.

At Coleraine Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena on October 26 it was said the defendant had a previous record.

District Judge Liam McNally adjourned the case to November 30 for a pre-sentence report.

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