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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.
Taxi driving is an honourable profession and the court expects drivers to behave in a respectable manner, said a district court judge before imposing a six month sentence on a man who demanded more money from a passenger, despite setting a fixed fare, and then proceeded to viciously punch and kick him, leaving the wounded man on the side of a dark dangerous country road.
A 33-year-old man who sold drugs to pay for his chronic alcoholic problems received a six months suspended sentence and warned to seek help for his difficulties.
A Connemara flasher who indecently exposed himself to children attending an Irish college, offering them money to perform sexual acts on him, and who assaulted a woman while being treated in hospital has been given an 11 month prison suspended sentence and ordered to abide by strict conditions.
Two women, part of a professional pickpocketing organisation, were both sentenced to seven months in jail for targetting unsuspecting Christmas shoppers during two trips to Galway, and stealing more than €400 of hard earned cash.
A professional drag queen stopped for drink driving after a charity event told Galway District Court this week that he did not walk the five minutes to his home because it was not safe to do so in the city while dressed up as he was.
A man arrested as part of ‘Operation Foolscap’ and charged with dealing drugs with the intention of enhancing the ability of a criminal organisation has been sent forward for trial at the Galway Circuit Criminal Court sittings commencing next month.
This Saturday at 3pm in Pearse Stadium the Galway u-21 footballers hope to bring the county back into the provincial winners’ enclosure when they take on current champions, Roscommon in the Connacht final.
A young horse, left in severe distress as a head collar had embedded itself into its face leaving a deep wound, had bolted from the land owned by a farmer who had been unable to give a closer inspection, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A young Mayo student, who claimed he had been attacked and left fearing for his life during a series of blows from Galway gardaí, has succeeded in contesting the assault charge against him; however, he was convicted and fined a total of €800 this week for the serious obstruction of a garda and for being intoxicated and extremely abusive.