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05 Jul 2022

Woman accused of public disorder incident in Kildare town

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Woman accused of public disorder incident in Kildare town

The 40-year-old was allegedly kicked out of a takeaway for refusing to wear a face mask. File Photograph: Athy Courthouse

A woman was accused of an alleged public disorder incident in Kildare town, Athy District Court was told on Thursday, May 26.

Helen O’Hara, with an address listed as 48 Temple Mills in Rathangan, is accused of engaging in alleged ‘threatening and abusive behaviour’ at Macari’s takeaway on Claregate Street in Kildare town on June 17, 2021.

Gardaí in the courthouse told Judge Desmond Zaidan that the 40-year-old was allegedly kicked out of Macari’s for refusing to wear a face mask.

It will also be alleged that the defendant committed a criminal damage offence on a garda car at Temple Mills on August 18, 2020.

The case will return to court for hearing on November 3.

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