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Fourteen suspended sentences, €6,550 in fines, and €400 in charitable donations were the orders handed down by Judge Olann Kelleher arising out of the Grange feud incident of May 2008 which happened just weeks before the infamous Dalton Park riot.
Some 37 witnesses and 35 defendants will be before the court if a special sitting is arranged to deal with an incident involving Nevin, Dinnegan, and McDonagh family members.
The men who say the battle between the Dinnegans/McDonaghs is over are the same men who did nothing to prevent the Dalton Park riot from taking place, Mullingar Circuit Court has heard.
Mullingar’s Superintendent John Gantly has indicated he is not hopeful of peace between feuding Traveller families as long as fair fights are used to solve disputes.
Thirty members of the Travelling community appeared in court in Mullingar, all of whom had been summonsed in relation to an incident at Grange Lawns in May of this year.
Forty-five men and one woman have appeared before a special court sitting in Mullingar charged with violent disorder.
A Mullingar man who said he tried to pay a fine for a parking offence at an address which was incorrectly spelled on the fine notice has been asked to make a payment of €100.
The failure by the IDA to attract a blue-chip anchor tenant to the windswept and empty business park in Marlinstown Park in Mullingar was brought to the Government’s attention by local Labour Party TD, Willie Penrose, this week (December 3).