An Enniskillen man has been sentenced to five months in prison following his conviction for a series of driving offences, public order offences and a single drug charge.

Dallon Millar (21), who has an address in Kilmacormick Avenue, Enniskillen as well as Hydebank Prison, appeared via video link at Enniskillen Magistrates Court concerning nine charges spanning five different incidents.


On August 1, 2017 police received information from Rossorry Grove in Enniskillen that Millar may have been under the influence of alcohol or drugs which would have been a breach of his conditions.
The defendant was located on Windmill Road where he was searched however nothing

was found. Officers noticed Millar’s eye were red and the pupils dilated. A breath test was carried out and he blew 8mg of alcohol which he said was from using mouth wash.


Millar was taken into custody and a further search discovered Class B drugs on his person.
Then on August 14, 2019 at a checkpoint on the Derrylin Road, Enniskillen police indicated for a Volkswagen Passat, driven by Millar, to stop as it was heading towards Derrylin.
Instead, Millar revved the engine and accelerated forward with the officers having to move to avoid being hit. The car continued towards another officer who was speaking to a car coming in the opposite direction as if it was going to hit him.


A pursuit commenced but Millar was not apprehended.

The next incident took place four days later on August 18. 

At 12.05am a patrol on the Sligo Road noticed a Volkswagen Bora again driven by Millar and signalled for it to pull over. 

It failed to do so and made off in the direction of Sligo travelling at 60mph and weaving across the road.

Items were thrown at the police car to try and damage it and the pursuit ended with An Garda Siochana informed the car was heading into their jurisdiction.

On September 4, Garda informed the PSNI a Volkswagen Passat had crossed the Border with Millar driving. At around 5.50pm the car passed police on the Landbrock Road, Newtownbutler however police could not turn quickly enough and lost sight. Checks showed Millar had no insurance in place.


Finally, on January 14, 2021 an injured party alleged Millar had taken £140 from him and attacked him and his brother.

They said Millar had arrived in a car at around 12.51am and took £40 before punching the victim and taking another £100 out of his pocket. He then punched his brother causing him to fall before kicking him in the ribs and driving off.

Police had difficulty obtaining statements from the injured parties as they were drunk and finding it difficult to recall the event however, initial accounts were taken on bodywork camera.

Significant statement

Millar was arrested on January 15 and made a significant statement to police saying: “Those two Breen brothers are just alcoholics.”

Stephen Mooney, barrister for Millar told the court he was “not going to sell the unsellable” saying Millar’s record and the matter of offences would lead to immediate custody it was just “a matter of arithmetic” of how long he would get.

Mr. Mooney said his client was entitled to credit for his guilty pleas to all summons matters.

Referring to the attack on the two brothers, Mr. Mooney told the court that if his client had contested it there could have been a chance he would have been acquitted as the integrity of the injured party could have been questioned.

Admitted guilt

However, Millar admitted his guilt at an early opportunity.
For the offences of dangerous driving (two), failing to stop for police (two), having no insurance, having no driving licence, common assault, theft and possession of a Class B drug, Millar was sentenced to five months in prison, disqualified from driving for four years and fined £500 by District Judge Steven Keown.