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Man denies being disorderly in ‘public place’ on New Year’s Day

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A MAN accused of being disorderly in a “public place” on New Year’s Day is contesting the charge.

David Stephen McCloskey (59), of Union Street, Coleraine, is accused in relation to Union Street on January 1 this year.

At Coleraine Magistrates Court on January 27, defence solicitor Garrett Greene said there was footage available and the contested issue was whether it was a public area.

The lawyer said the defendant did not go onto the pavement during the incident.

The case has been adjourned to mid-February.

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