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A realistic imitation firearm, which a man was using to shoot bottles on the green area of a Castlebar estate last March, has been forfeited to the State for destruction.
Judge Mary Devins found that the prosecution had proven the case against two men who were charged in their absence at Castlebar District Court this week arising from an incident at the funeral of an infant in Claremorris.
A 65-year-old man has appeared before Mullingar District Court on Thursday February 21, charged with indecently assaulting two boys at a Mullingar school 18 years ago.
A Claremorris man who pleaded guilty to two separate counts of drug possession, and one charge of having drugs for sale or supply, was given a total of seven months in prison in Claremorris District Court this week.
The driver of a car who crashed into a stationary vehicle at traffic lights appeared before Claremorris Court on Tuesday.
Judge Mary Devins told a couple, “I think the two of you are a disgrace, you have no respect for anything or anybody. You are both a complete and utter disgrace,” after a man pleaded guilty to attacking an ambulance and one of its personnel.
Fine Gael councillor Tom Connolly handed over a petition signed by 702 people from Claremorris calling on the council to bring in a one hour free parking for on street parking in the town. “The people are moving away from the town centre to do their shopping to the big supermarkets because they offer free parking,” Cllr Connolly told the meeting. “Mayo County Council will have to look at making some kind of concession or the middle of the town will close down and there will be no rates coming in from the rate payers.”
Claremorris Electoral area briefs
Two men who caused severe chaos at the Accident and Emergency department of Mayo General Hospital in aggressive incidents which occurred less than a week apart— in which the men were extremely abusive, were forcefully removed by security, and caused criminal damage to the outside glass door of the department, were both jailed by Judge Mary Devins at Castlebar District Court on Wednesday for this “thuggish behaviour”.
Two women in the sixties staged a picket outside Mayo County Council offices this week — with one of them on a hunger strike — as they want the council to buy their home in Clareville, Claremorris.