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An intoxicated Claremorris man who walked into a Supermacs restaurant in the town and made a beeline for two members of An Garda Siochana and proceeded to tell one of the “You took my life, now it’s pay back, I’ll take yours” was found guilty of two breaches of the public order act in Castlebar District Court this week.
A section three assault charge was dropped against a GAA player at Ballina District Court on Tuesday after the complainant player on an opposing GAA team withdrew his statement of complaint last month.
Four men from Lithuania were before Ballina District Court on Tuesday where they denied the theft of a total of 16 lobsters from a lobster pot in Rathlacken Pier, Carramore-Lacken, on May 23 2013.
A Claremorris man who pleaded guilty to a charge of driving without insurance had his sentencing adjourned till a later date following the emergence that he was facing similar charges in the coming months at a different court.
A Claremorris man who was caught drink driving close to where he lived was disqualified from driving for four years after pleading guilty to drink driving and driving without insurance at Castlebar District Court this week.
Judge Mary Devins adjourned a case for consideration, following claims by a defendant that a garda refused to call his solicitor when he asked for him after the defendant was arrested for drink driving and dangerous driving. Mr Damien Walsh, High Street, Kilkelly, made the claim while contesting the case against him in Castlebar District Court. In his evidence to the court, Walsh said that he asked the member in charge in Claremorris Garda Station, Garda Liam Hynes, to call his solicitor and the garda picked up the phone asked him who to call, when Walsh told him it was John O’Dwyer, Garda Hynes hung up the phone and said “that man will be asleep by now.”
A Ballinrobe man who carried out an unprovoked assault on a man who was visiting the town to take part in an angling competition pleaded guilty to assault causing harm in Castlebar District Court this Tuesday. Sean O’Connor, 8 Tower View, Ballinrobe was arrested at 4.35am on the night of August 5 2012 on Main Street, Ballinrobe following the assault. Superintendent Joe Doherty told the court that O’Connor came out of an alley way and launched an attack on one of two men who were walking down the street together.
Judge Mary Devins adjourned the case against a Castlebar man who pleaded guilty to a scam where he advertised mobile phones for sale on the website www.donedeal.ie, but when people paid him for the phones, he never sent them on.
A Brickens woman swerved her car onto the wrong side of the road and crashed head on into another car because a cat jumped off her lap, Ballyhaunis District Court was told this week.