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A Galway West senator who continued to drive her car for a number of months while there was no tax paid on the vehicle was fined a total of €1,850 at Galway District Court yesterday.
A Limerick man with 93 previous convictions is to spend a further six months behind bars and was given a further nine-month suspended sentence for committing a number of burglaries including taking a laptop from behind the counter of a city centre clothes shop.
Two brothers charged with not having authorisation to collect money for a city soup kitchen got their chance to do something for charity when ordered to pay €100 each at Galway District Court this week.
A man charged with 173 rape and sexual assault offences against three Midland children was bailed at a special sitting of the District Court in Athlone this week (December 3) to appear again in the new year.
A traveller’s cheque scam was so sophisticated that it not only duped an Athenry man struggling under the pressure of financial difficulty but also managed to pass the anti-fraud measures of two financial institutions a number of times before being detected, the Galway Circuit Criminal Court heard this week.
Another Athlone heroin dealer who refused to give any details of those higher than him in the drugs chain, was called “bottom scum” by a judge before he was taken away to start a 12-month jail sentence this week (November 21).
A 29-year-old Tuam man who continually targeted NUI Galway prowling the campus and committing a number of offences including taking handbags from the church, stealing a car carrying a laptop with sensitive medical information, and selling off the pieces of a medallion and chain worth €5,000 to a cash for goods store, has been jailed for 21 months and disqualified from driving for five years.
On-going issues between a Mervue man and his former partner led a number of safety order breaches, the assault of a garda, and personal details being uploaded on to Facebook, the Galway District Court heard.
A former Supermacs manager and his cousin were given a six month and seven month suspended sentence respectively for attempting to open bank accounts with forged letters of employment and utility bills.
Three women and one man have been given fines and suspended sentences for their part in a suspected organised begging industry.