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Ten months for stealing charity box

A 36-year-old man who committed a number of thefts around the city, including being caught with a stolen charity collection box stuffed down his trousers, has been sentenced to 10 months in jail.

Teen gets ten months for knocking security guard unconscious

A teenager who violently assaulted a shop security guard, knocking him unconscious, was sentenced to 10 months in jail at Galway District Court this week.

Accountant and former ACC Bank official charged with fraud

Two men, one a former ACC Bank official and the other an accountant, appeared at Galway District Court this week charged with several counts of fraud which are alleged to have been committed to meet loan approval quotas.

Two charged with siphoning off €2,000 worth of diesel

Two Ballybane men have been charged in relation to the siphoning and theft of more than €2,000 worth of diesel from various companies in an industrial estate in Carnmore.

Student knocks over garda after being helped down from a roof by fire brigade, court hears

A 21-year-old fitness student whose drunken stunt of climbing on the roof of a city centre shopping centre resulted in the fire brigade being called out was warned compensation will not be accepted until all legal costs were paid.

Man charged with possession of sawn-off shotgun

A 23-year-old Newcastle man charged with being in possession of a sawn-off shotgun at a house in the west of the city last year was granted bail at Galway District Court this week.

Taxi driver used fatal shooting to abuse garda

A district court judge has described as “outrageous” the words used by an irate taxi driver who after being told to move on from an illegal parking space shouted at a garda that it was a pity more officers were not shot in an incident, only three days earlier, when a Garda sergeant was murdered in Dundalk.

Taxi driver uses fatal shooting reference to abuse local garda

A district court judge has described as “outrageous” the words used by an irate taxi driver who after being told to move on from an illegal parking space shouted at a garda that it was a pity more officers were not shot in an incident, only three days earlier, when a Garda sergeant was murdered in Dundalk.

Persistent burglar given twenty two months and told to get a job

A district court judge told a persistent burglar, with 95 previous convictions, to get a job and live in the real world, before imposing the maximum sentence of 22 months for stealing more than €2,000 in cash during a series of burglaries committed over the course of four months this year.

Three in hospital after prison van overturns on M6

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Emergency services were yesterday called to the M6 motorway westbound outside Athenry after a prison van crashed and overturned.

 

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