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“You’re not the worst of them” - drunk tells judge

There were amusing scenes at Mullingar District Court when a highly drunk man appeared before Judge John Neilan.

Headford man fined for racist attack on taxi

A man who kicked and smashed the rear window of a taxi in an attack with a “serious racist undertone” was fined €450 and ordered to pay further compensation.

Detention for man who had knife on Prom

A homeless man who was found intoxicated and carrying a knife on the busy promenade in Salthill received seven months detention when he appeared at Galway District Court.

Two men fined for rowing at christening

An old row between two cousins had been “festering” before it erupted at a christening party resulting in gardai being called to bring order, the Galway District Court heard last week.

Man jailed nine months for cheque deception and theft

A man charged with numerous counts of deception by tendering bounced cheques and theft with total value of more than €3,600 has been jailed for nine months.

Burglar sent forward for trial

An Athlone woman accused of allegedly breaking into a Galway city restaurant and stealing cash and other property worth more than €16,000 has been sent forward for trial.

Further remand for firearms duo

Two men charged with allegedly being in possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life have been further remanded on continuing bail for the service of the book of evidence.

It didn’t take long for Galway’s ugly side to come to fore

Last year was one to forget in terms of crime in the city. In the Spring, we had to listen to the harrowing details of how Manuela Riedo met her end. In the midst of the Volvo Ocean race, we had the killing of young Kieran Cunningham on a night out with his pals. As I write this, another young man fights for his life in a Dublin hospital after being assaulted in the city at the end of the year.

Drunk burglar found asleep by eagle-eyed garda

A burglar who was found drunk and asleep in a house by an eagle-eyed detective who spotted a ladder leading up to the window had to be placed on a stretcher and lowered down by the fire brigade, the Galway District Court heard this week.

Teen warned to change ‘outrageous’ behaviour to avoid jail

A district court judge has warned an out-of-control teenager that any more “outrageous” behaviour could result in jail.

 

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