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Man is accused of being disorderly at Ballymoney Railway Station and Causeway Hospital

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A MAN is accused of being disorderly at Ballymoney Railway Station and also the Causeway Hospital in Coleraine.

Ronan Hamilton (29), is alleged to have committed offences on October 6/7 this year.

Also on October 6 he is charged with damaging a police cell van.

The defendant is also accused of being disorderly at the Causeway Hospital on August 6 this year.

On the same date he is accused of assault; possessing a glass bottle with intent to commit an offence – wounding; attempted criminal damage to a police vehicle at Coleraine Road in Portstewart and assault of a police officer.

The defendant, with addresses listed as Bonds Hill in Londonderry and McCrea Park in Clogher, had the cases mentioned at Coleraine Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, on November 2 and adjourned to November 16.

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