Disturbance leads to court
A BONYMAEN man has appeared in court after admitting a public order offence.
Keith Mark Cullen, 38, of Mansel Road, was warned by police about his behaviour after an incident in Union Street at 4pm on January 9.
Police were called after reports a group was causing a disturbance. A short time later, police were called again and said the group was still "rowdy". Prosecutor Lisa Jones said officers told Cullen they were going to hand him a Section 27 notice — telling him to leave the area for 24 hours — but he continued swearing and shouting.
Simon Howell, representing Cullen, said: "Although he was not going about it in the right way, he was trying to get other members of his group to leave the area but it is clear the words he was using weren't appropriate."
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He said his client had a long history of alcohol dependency but had been "trying to stay out of trouble".
City magistrates imposed a 12-month conditional discharge and told him to pay £85 in costs and a £15 victim surcharge.