A Boho woman who was involved in a road traffic collision and had no valid insurance at the time has been convicted of several driving offences.

At Enniskillen Magistrates Court on Monday it was heard Siobhan Keys (39), of Moybrone Road, Boho, was involved in the collision on the Edenamohill Road, Lack on July 2, 2019.

Police received reports of the road traffic collision and when they arrived there was a Toyota Celica which had collided with a wall and a Toyota Auris which was also damaged.

Speaking to people on the scene it was determined that Keys was the one at fault for the collision.

Checks showed Keys had no insurance in place and was only a provisional driver.

She was cautioned and then notebook interviewed and it was further discovered the car had no L plates displayed.

Keys made full admissions in the notebook interview telling police she did not remember the car in front putting on their indicators.

Keys' solicitor, Michael Fahy, conceded that his client had a record of high relevance and that she had to realise that "illegal driving would not be tolerated by the courts".

Mr. Fahy asked the court to consider a probation order for his client who he said "isn't without difficulties" and had a "troubled upbringing".

He added that probation would allow her to address these issues and she had given assurances she would not drive illegally again and the consequences if she drives after today, have been made "abundantly clear".

District Judge Steven Keown told Keys that probation was willing to help and that she needed to address her issues.

Convicting Keys of driving without due care and attention, using a motor vehicle without insurance, unaccompanied L driver and no L plates displayed, Judge Keown handed down an 18-month probation order, a six-month driving ban and a £250 fine.