A MAN is accused of a number of offences in Portrush including having a metal dog chain as an offensive weapon.
Christopher McCrory (33), with an address listed as Glendun Close in the town, faces charges relating to August 2 this year.
The dog chain allegation relates to Glenbush Drive in Portrush.
On the same date he is accused of assaulting a female.
On August 8 this year he is accused of being disorderly at Glendun Close in Portrush and assaulting and resisting a police officer and obstructing another officer.
Also on that date he is alleged to have caused criminal damage to a police cell van.
McCrory is also accused of a number of offences regarding August 10 this year.
He is accused of taking a Citroen Berlingo van without the consent of the owner; dangerous driving in Portrush; driving at the town’s Causeway Street whilst unfit; absence of insurance and a driving licence offence.
He is also charged with being disorderly in the vicinity of Glendun Close on July 7 this year.
Regarding April 12 this year he is accused of being disorderly at Glenarm Avenue in Portrush and making a threat to damage windows belonging to a male.
The defendant is also accused of using behaviour whereby a breach of the peace was likely to be occasioned at Glentaisie Park, Portrush, and resisting a police officer in the execution of his duty on February 8 this year.
He is also accused of causing criminal damage to a drain pipe belonging to a man on Christmas Eve last year.
Another allegation is that on February 4, 2019, the defendant caused criminal damage to a cell block at Coleraine Courthouse.
The cases were mentioned at Coleraine Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, on Monday and adjourned to September.