Man was disorderly at Housing Executive office

Man was disorderly at Housing Executive office

A MAN has admitted being disorderly at a Housing Executive office.

Edward Rosbotham (47), of Seacash Drive in Antrim, committed the offence in the area of the office at High Street in the town on June 21 this year.

The case was mentioned at Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena.

A defence solicitor said his client had an "issue with alcohol".

The court heard the Housing Executive incident breached a deferred sentence after the defendant had been disorderly and abusive to staff at the Emergency Department at Antrim Area Hospital on March 1 this year when his conduct had left patients "distressed".

In May that sentence had been deferred to November to see of Rosbotham could keep out of trouble.

The current case was adjourned to July 20.

  • Pictured: The Housing Executive office in Antrim.