Search Results for 'Garda Peter Sarsfield'

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Cattle worrying case adjourned until September

The case against a Knock man who pleaded guilty to his dog’s worrying a neighbour’s cattle on two occasions last summer was adjourned until September by Judge Mary Devins. However she allowed the gardai liberty to re-enter the case on 48-hours notice if another incident occurred between now and then.

One year disqualification for drink driving

A Galway man who pleaded guilty to drink driving was disqualified from driving for one year in Castlebar District Court this week. Garda Peter Sarsfield told the court that he was on duty on May 5 2012 at 7am, when a report of a car going off the road at Streamstown, Claremorris, was phoned into the station. He told the court he went to investigate and stopped a car being driven by Patrick Lawrence, 69 Riverdale, Oranmore, Co Galway, at 7.20am. He administered a road side breath test which Lawrence failed and then arrested him and brought him to Claremorris Garda Station, where Lawrence gave a blood sample which returned a reading of 87mlgs per 100ml of blood.

Man pepper sprayed after being aggressive towards gardaí

A Lithuanian man was before Castlebar District Court on Wednesday for being threatening and abusive and for failing to comply with a garda.

Student disqualified for dangerous driving

A Knock man was disqualified for four years for dangerous driving at Claremorris District Court this week, but had a drink driving charge against him dismissed by Judge John Coughlan. Ivan Merrick, Ballyhowley, Knock, had pleaded not guilty to both the dangerous driving and drink driving charge.

Jail for man who asserted Garda trying to arrest his friend

A Claremorris man who assaulted a garda who was arresting his friend and then smashed the window of the patrol car after his arrest was sentenced to five months in prison in Claremorris District Court this week.

Con man who swindled €390,000 pleads guilty to theft of a van

A Galway man currently serving five years in prison, for his part in a con operation where an elderly Galway woman was swindled out of €390,000, pleaded guilty to theft of a van from Claremorris motor auctions this week. Con Murphy with an address at 116 Castle Park, Ballybane, originally pleaded not guilty to the charge in court, but changed his plea to guilty because he told the court he wanted to get it sorted out and get on with his life.

Con man pleads guilty to theft of a van

A Galway man currently serving five years in prison, for his part in a con operation where an elderly Galway woman was swindled out of €390,000, pleaded guilty to theft of a van from Claremorris motor auctions this week.

American man found guilty of assaulting delivery driver

An American man who represented himself in court was found guilty of assault and threatening and abusive behaviour towards a delivery van driver at Claremorris District Court this week.

Suspended sentence for woman who broke into house for shelter

A Castlebar woman was given a three-months suspended sentence and fined €250 for breaking into a house she used to rent at Claremorris District Court (sitting in Kiltimagh) this week.

Drunk man who stripped off fined €500

A drunk man who stripped off and took up a boxing pose when approached by gardaí was fined €500 at Claremorris District Court (sitting in Kiltimagh) this week. Kieran Prendergast, 22 Aisling Drive, Ballyhaunis, pleaded guilty to a section six public order offence in court. Garda Peter Sarsfield told the court that at 1.12am on August 8 2008 he found the defendant at the back of the Square, Claremorris, where he was intoxicated and roaring and shouting. When he approached Prendergast the defendent stripped off and took up a boxing pose, after which Garda Sarsfield arrested him.

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