Green Bay Man to Serve 3yrs in Breach of Previous Court Conviction

Saliem Harrigan of Grays Farm


Saleim Harrigan, aka “Chucky” of Green Bay was sentenced to serve 3yrs at Her Majesty’s Prison for breaching a previous conviction, which was handed down in the High Court of Justice. In June of 2016, Harrigan was convicted on a charge of Unlawful Wounding, and was sentenced by the then High Court Judge, Justice Albert Redhead to three years suspended sentence for two years, and was also ordered to attend counselling once per month.

However, on July 19th of this year, he was found in breach of those conditions, when he got arrested by the police for Possession of a 9mm and a .22 round of ammunition.  The items were found at his home during a search.  He, along with his girlfriend was taken into custody immediately following two separate incidents of high-speed chases involving the police.  Both chases ended in crashes on Bendals Road and Nut Grove respectively.  He is currently serving a six months sentence at Her Majesty’s Prison.

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