An Garda Síochána provides advice to Victims of Coercive Control
Gardaí received reports of a group of individuals congregated and drinking at Riverside in Sligo town, on Tuesday 7th April at approximately 3:15pm.
Upon arrival to the scene by Gardaí, a female in her 30s refused to provide her details to Gardaí and then proceeded to allegedly cough on a member, implying that she had Coronavirus.
The female was arrested for public order offences and was taken to Ballymote Garda Station where she has since been charged. She appeared before a special sitting of Carrick On Shannon District court on Tuesday evening at 8pm.
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