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A mother and son charged with criminal damage to their neighbours’ cars in Willow Park were remanded in custody to appear back at Longford District Court next week (June 14) after the court learned both defendants committed the alleged offences whilst on bail for previous offences.
Gardai in Athlone are urging the public to be vigilant after a skimming device was discovered at an ATM at Golden Island last weekend.
A woman who was driving in to fulfil short-notice coverage for a shift at work but who hit and killed an elderly man walking on the M6 near Monksland in March, was fined but not disqualified in the District Court this week (March 2) for not being properly insured at the time of the accident.
The grieving brother of murder victim Marie Greene, who was ordered to limit his drinking to “milk and water”, was remanded in custody for one week after he was unable to stump up €200 bond money in the District Court this week (March 2).
Gardai are “concerned” as to the whereabouts of a well-known Athlone woman who has not been seen since Sunday evening.
A man who pleaded guilty to possession of three grammes of heroin had his case struck out in the District Court this week (February 9) after the judge discovered the case might not have been brought had the defendant himself not prompted the justice system about this outstanding charge.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in relation to a shooting incident in Athlone last November.
Gardai are appealing for witnesses after a young girl was attacked in the Monksland area of Athlone on Monday this week.
A lorry driver who spent six and a half hours in the pub with his wife after watching the Munster-Leinster Heineken Cup semi-final last year, and was then arrested after he chose to drive less than a kilometre to his house because it was raining, had his two year and one day District Court driving ban upheld in the Circuit Court in Athlone this week (December 8).
A man wanted by Gardai for his alleged involvement in the Ward-Joyce feud which flared outside the courthouse last week and escalated to see two men assaulted at Creggan on the old Dublin road, was given a highly conditional bail, contrary to Garda opinion, in the District Court this week (December 1).