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The seizure of an estimated €42,000 worth of cannabis plants in Ballina on Sunday (February 8 ) was part of an ongoing intelligence led operation targeting drug suppliers and sellers in the county.
The seizure of an estimated €42,000 worth of cannabis plants in Ballina yesterday afternoon (Sunday, February 8) was part of an on-going intelligence led operation which is targeting the illegal sale and supply of drugs in Mayo.
A Knockmore man may avoid a conviction for his drunken behaviour if he makes a €200 payment to the local hospice by February 10.
Two people were arrested in Ballina on Tuesday following the search of a house in the Bunree Road area.
Local gardaí and an armed response unit were called to a Ballina school this morning following reports of a woman in possession of a knife engaged in a confrontation with the school's principal.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested and is being detained at Ballina Garda Station in relation to an alleged serious assault at Ardnaree.
There was a tragic start to the New Year on Mayo’s roads with the death of two men early on New Year’s morning following a head on collision on the Ballina to Foxford road at Ballynahaglish. The two men have been named as 43-year-old Terence Beagan with an address at Proleek, Ravensdale, Louth, and 47-year-old Gearoid O’Scolai from Childers Heights, Ballina, Co Mayo. Both men were travelling alone when the incident happened shortly before 5am on Wednesday. Both men were treated at the scene by ambulance personnel who happened to be on the road at the time of the accident. The scene was also attended by ambulance personnel who used cutting equipment to free the two men from their vehicles, however despite their efforts both men were pronounced dead at the scene and their remains were transferred to Mayo General Hospital for post-mortem examination.
A man who cancelled his insurance policy and who was then involved in a road traffic accident was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday.
A married woman admitted at Ballina District Court this week to assaulting another female as their cars were stationary at traffic lights.
A 48-year-old man from Carrowmore-Lacken was before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where he was sent forward for trial to the next sitting of the Central Criminal Court.