Man who had been accused of being disorderly at Belfast International Airport has charges withdrawn

Man who had been accused of being disorderly at Belfast International Airport has charges withdrawn

A COLERAINE man who had been accused of being disorderly at Belfast International Airport, along with an assault, has had the charges withdrawn for a caution.

Harry McDonald (55), of Loguestown Park, had been charged in relation to August 16 last year.

The case was mentioned at Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, where the defence lawyer was barrister Michael Smyth.