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A football match taking place in Mullingar tonight, Friday August 26, is set to highlight some good news about the town.
A Westmeath man has been found guilty of threatening behaviour to a taxi driver, whom he described as a ‘nigger’ and was given a six-month suspended sentence for possession of a knife.
A man who attacked a visitor to his house with a tomahawk or machete-style knife has been given a three-month suspended jail sentence.
A man who drove drunk while already disqualified is to complete 240 hours community service in lieu of 10 months in jail.
A man who claimed he hadn’t been driving without insurance when seen by a garda, has been disqualified from driving for forty years.
Mullingar’s Superintendent John Gantly has indicated he is not hopeful of peace between feuding Traveller families as long as fair fights are used to solve disputes.
The Circuit Court judge who will sentence the Mullingar rioters in less than two weeks has announced special measures to deal with the massive number of people before the court.
The 11 men charged in connection with last week’s riot involving two hundred people in Dalton Park, Mullingar have all been released on bail and told to stay away from Dalton Park.
“We are here to give thanks for the blessings we have all received through his work and his ministry.”
If Lt Horatio Caine of the CSI Miami crime lab had been there, he would have taken off his glasses, raised an eyebrow at Superintendent John Gantly, and said in that gravelly voice of his “Nice one”.