Search Results for 'Bernard Madden'

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€72k cannabis seizure accused pleads guilty to drug dealing charge

A man charged in connection with the seizure of cannabis, estimated to be worth in the region of €72,000, last December has pleaded guilty to drug dealing.

Man abducted and subjected to ‘horrific assault’ in Menlo shed, jury hears

A jury has heard how a man who had got behind on his debts to drug suppliers was abducted by two men and taken to a country laneway shed where he was subjected to the “most horrific” assault for more than an hour.

Business man jailed for abuse of granddaughter

A “prominent” Galway business man who sexually abused his granddaughter and offered her family €200,000 not to go to gardai has been jailed for three years.

Witness in Glenamaddy murder trial denies instigating knife attack

A witness in a murder trial has denied taunting the accused man and being the instigator of a stabbing incident which resulted in the death of his young friend.

Man found guilty of Glenamaddy manslaughter after six-day trial

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A man who inflicted one fatal stab wound on a young Glennamaddy man has been found not guilty of murder but guilty of manslaughter.

Man claims ‘set up’ as jury are out in stepdad sex case

“I can’t believe things have got this far,” said a man who went on trial this week accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting his two stepdaughters over a three-year period.

‘Angels from heaven’ swindle nearly €390,000 from elderly lady

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An elderly lady has been left financially ruined and fearful after being befriended, deceived, and cruelly swindled out of nearly €390,000 from her savings, the Galway Circuit Court heard this week.

Man asked to mind shotgun, burn car, and give alibi, jury hears

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A witness has told a jury that the man accused of a shooting in Galway city earlier this year arrived at the witness’s house that same night asking him to mind a backpack containing a “sawn-off shotgun”, to burn a car used in the incident, and to act as an alibi.

 

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