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A woman, who while armed with tools to remove security tags caused extensive damage to a dress as she attempted to steal it from a city centre store, was fined €300 and given a four month suspended sentence at Galway District Court this week.
A student who was caught with his jeans hanging down by his ankles and exposing himself while celebrating his return to college was ordered to pay €200 to Galway Hospice to avoid a conviction.
A 28-year-old man charged with possession of cannabis resin valued at more than €300 with intent to sell or supply received an eight month suspended sentence at Galway District Court yesterday.
A teenager, described in court has someone who had “slipped through the system”, pleaded guilty to offences which include burglary and the theft of a car and has been further remanded into custody for possible sentencing.
A County Clare man who during a three-day spree of crime stole a vehicle during a burglary only to crash it into a wall, and had been found in possession of property taken during an “opportunistic” burglary at a city centre hostel, received a 21 month sentence at Galway District Court this week.
A Rahoon man who, during a sudden and unexpected outburst in court told a district court judge that she should be shot when it was revealed he lied about engaging with the probation services, will now serve an extra four months in jail.
The aggression and violence shown in court towards members of the gardai, the judiciary, and solicitors is on the rise, according to a district court judge who said she has seen more “viciousness” in the last few months than in all her 17 years on the bench.
A Ballybane teenager, who allegedly assaulted a co-owner of a city centre pub while armed with a knife during St Patrick’s Day celebrations, was remanded on continuing bail with strict conditions.
A man who got carried away with St Patrick’s Day celebrations, punching a bouncer when refused entry to a city centre nightclub, received a five-month suspended sentence this week and was further lambasted by a district court judge for daring to apply for legal aid.
A Limerick man who cheekily trespassed in the staff areas of a number of Galway city centre premises, including banks, stealing wallets and other personal items, was sentenced to a total of eight months in jail.