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Two men who were in an altercation outside a Castlebar pub were before the district court on Wednesday.
Judge Mary Devins this week convicted a Castlebar man of assaulting his partner and sentenced him to three months in prison, with the warrant for his committal not to come into effect until January 12, 2011. However Judge Devins said that she was in a position of having to make a judgment on the assault on behalf of the people of Ireland as the person who was assaulted refused to make a complaint.
A Balla man pleaded guilty in Castlebar District Court this week to having green diesel in his Jeep and was fined €2,500.
A man who acted “like a five-year-old boy” was before Castlebar District Court this week on a public order charge.
A 19-year-old Castlebar man pleaded guilty at Castlebar District Court this week to assaulting a taxi driver—whose taxi was then set on fire.
A 22-year-old, with 12 previous convictions, who gave a garda the finger and told him he was a “Northern Irish c***” was before Castlebar District Court this week.
Four defendants were before a special sitting of Castlebar District Court on Monday for a brawl which occurred in Castlebar town where a claw hammer, hurley, and vice grip were brandished in the middle of the street, and criminal damage and assault was committed. Judge Kevin Kilrane said that this “mayhem” on the busy streets of the county town was a “total disgrace” and put decent people in fear.
A 20-year-old man from Lahardane who, when intoxicated, went to get fuel in his car, has been disqualified from driving for two years.
A Castlebar man had a 28 day suspended prison sentence imposed on him after he pleaded guilty to a number of public order offences in Castlebar District Court this week. Paul Ludden of 89B Chestnut Grove, Castlebar, was arrested by gardai on April 24 after failing to follow their instruction to go home on a number of occasions. Garda Kate Conlon told the court that she arrested Ludden after she met him on Main Street, Castlebar, at 3.40am, she found him in an intoxicated state and asked him his name and told him to go home, which he refused to do. He became agressive and started shouting and roaring before he kicked a bin, she eventually arrested him on Mill Lane, just off the Main Street. He was transported to the Garda station in the back of a patrol car. Garda Ger Dillion gave evidence to the court that after initially being quiet when he was put in the car and had a pair of handcuffs placed on him, Ludden became agressive resulting in Garda Dillion having to pin him against the side of the car for his own protection and of the driver. He also told the court that it took three gardai to get Ludden from the patrol car into the station, and even when he was taken inside the station he continued to be abusive and agressive towards the gardai.
A Castlebar man who assaulted an off duty garda outside a takeaway in Castlebar was handed a six month sentence at Castlebar District Court this week. Stephen Jennings of 31 Riverdale Court pleaded guilty in court to attacking Detective Garda Peter Coleman on March 9 2010 at 2.30am outside Top Nosh takeaway on Bridge Street in Castlebar. The court was told that Det Garda Coleman was off duty and out socialising, he was in the takeaway to get some food and as he made his way outside Jennings ran up to him and said “you mini Fitz, you’re a fucking cop”, and hit him around the head several times. Det Garda Coleman was not injured as a result of the incident.