Penalty points for Keady man

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The case was heard at Craigavon Magistrates' Court.

Staff Reporter


Staff Reporter


A motorist, who used excess speed, has had his licence endorsed with three penalty points.

The case of Peter McKenna, (39), of Darkley Road, Keady, was heard at Craigavon Courthouse sitting on January 7.

The court heard that on February 24 last year, the defendant was detected travelling in the Armagh area at 39mph in a 30mph zone.

After being offered a fixed penalty notice, McKenna failed to take this up within the time limit.

In his defence, the court was told that the defendant would have taken up a fixed penalty if he had his licence which was sent away to DVLA.

District Judge Bernie Kelly imposed a £75 fine and endorsed McKenna’s licence with three penalty points.

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