Cloughmills woman is accused of poultry house burglary on July 12

Cloughmills woman is accused of poultry house burglary on July 12

A WOMAN is accused of burglary of a poultry house at Ballymacvea Road near Kells on July 12 this year.

Naomi Finlay (26), of Ballyveely Road, Cloughmills, is alleged to have stolen two chickens.

At Ballymena Magistrates Court the matter was adjourned to December 16.

At the same court the previous week 34-year-old Tuesday Goti, from Lisburn, pleaded guilty to 'burglary' at the same poultry house and 'stealing' chickens in relation to July this year.

Tuesday Goti had previously featured in press articles talking about her stance on animals rights.