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Book of evidence served in fraud case

Krystyna Malachowicz with an address at 22 Hazel Hill Dawns, Ballyhaunis, was served with a book of evidence against her by Garda Alan Ryan, at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Fine for man asleep on the side of road

A Dunmore man with a number of previous public order convictions was fined €100 in Ballyhaunis District Court this week in his absence for being intoxicated in a public place. Garda Alan Ryan told the court that on August 29 2012 at 3.20pm the gardai got a report of a man lying at the side of the road at Cherryfield, Ballyhaunis. He went to investigate and recognise the man as James Mullarkey, Cloonkeen, Dunmore, Co Galway. Mullarkey was in a highly intoxicated state and Garda Ryan brought him home and released him to the custody of his sister. Judge Devins convicted and fined Mullarkey €100.

Man collected friend’s dole while he was in England

Two Ballyhaunis men pleaded guilty to theft by deception arising out of three fraudulent social welfare claims last year. Barry McCrudden of 29 Esker Pines, Ballyhaunis, and Patrick Waldron of Cave, Ballyhaunis, pleaded guilty to three offences each in court.

€300 fine for woman who parked car blocking road

A Ballyhaunis woman who didn’t pay a fixed charge penalty notice after she parked her car at a 45 degree angle on the Main Street in Ballyhaunis causing the traffic to back up through the town was convicted and fined €300 this week in Ballyhaunis District Court.

Prison for assault but judge said ‘serious allegations’ were untrue

A Liberian man who had claimed at a sitting of Ballyhaunis District Court in June that he had been asked by a man who accused him of assault to smash up his van so he could make an insurance claim, was this week found guilty of assault and sentenced to three months in prison.

Woman ordered to pay €75 to charity for public order incident

A woman who was found kicking at a door of a house and then lunged at the occupant of the house when the door was opened was ordered to pay €75 to Hope House by July 19 and she will be given the benefit of the Probation Act, at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Two year disqualification for Czech man

A Czech national who has been living and working in Ireland for the past two years was disqualified from driving for two years at Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Judge adjourns assault case so gardaí can follow up on claim

Judge Mary Devins adjourned an assault case in Ballyhaunis this week so that gardaí can follow up on a claim made by the defendant during his evidence. Steve Issac with an address at The Old Convent, Ballyhaunis, was in court accused of assaulting Amar Satter at Abbey Street, Ballyhaunis, on December 4 2010. Satter had told the court that Issac had done some work for him in his shop on Abbey Street in the town. But when he had no more work, Issac began to harass him and text him. He claimed that on December 4 he saw Issac walking back and over in front of his shop and he texted him to tell him to leave him alone. He went on to say that he was outside his shop after 6pm in the evening when Issac came up to him and started abusing him, culminating in Issac grabbing him around his throat and pushing him against the wall.

Driving ban for man who nearly collided with patrol car

A 65-year-old man who nearly collided with a Garda patrol car was given a three-year driving ban in Ballyhaunis District Court this week.

Ban for driver stopped with one headlight

A Tooreen man was disqualified from driving for three years and given a three-year driving ban this week in Ballyhaunis District Court after he pleaded guilty to drunk driving.

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