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A Galway man who is accused of causing criminal damage to a number of banks in the city during the course of two days has been sent forward for trial.
A Doughiska man accused of allegedly assaulting three men, including burning one man’s hands with cigarettes, during a camping trip to the Aran Islands has been further remanded on continuing bail for the service of a book of evidence.
An illegal barek-nuckle fist fight between two rivals descended into even more violence when an affray involving more than 200 supporters broke out, resulting in gardai being called to the scene and arrests being made.
A Bohermore man charged with assaulting two women causing them harm has been remanded on continuing bail.
Gardai are appealing for witnesses after a young girl was attacked in the Monksland area of Athlone on Monday this week.
The Kilkenny man who murdered a mother and her two daughters has had the sentences for the murder of the two little girls altered to run concurrently with the life sentence imposed for the rape and murder of their mother.
A man alleged to have bitten part of another man’s ear off during a row, had his case adjourned to January to await a book of evidence and to await further direction from the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) on a subsequent criminal damage charge.
Eight of the 10 people arrested last week following raids on brothels across the country have been released without charge, while two people have been charged in connection with the investigation.
An Athlone man accused of rape was bailed from the District Court this week (July 1) after being served with a Book of Evidence, and had his case returned for a date in the Central Criminal Court in Dublin.
Gardai in Athlone are seeking further witnesses in relation to the assault on a young woman out walking in the company of two others on the Dublin Road on Monday night (August 24).