The court previously heard how Dagargulia had entered the garden of the property through a gate and taken the scooter before the owner saw what happened and confronted the defendant.
The property owner took the scooter back and flagged down Garda Maria Hughes who was on mobile patrol at the time to inform her what had happened.
Garda Hughes said she stopped the defendant a short distance away and when she spoke to him, he was highly intoxicated.
Dagargulia was identified by the injured party as the person who had taken the scooter and he was arrested and charged.
Defence solicitor Fiona D’Arcy told a previous hearing the defendant, who works as a cleaner and is a married father of three, has never been in trouble before.
He had been drinking heavily on the day and had made a “stupid mistake” but what happened was a “once off”.
Judge Gerard Jones had adjourned the case to September 5th for the defendant to pay €500 compensation to the injured party and directed that if the compensation was not paid then a one month sentence be imposed.