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Independent Councillor Frank Durcan has called for the acting county manager Joe Beirne to consider his position after he accused him of benefiting from the change of a junction on the Pontoon/Turlough Road in Castlebar. Cllr Durcan alleged to a meeting of Mayo County Council that Mr Beirne had not fulfilled his duties in disclosing his interests in a property in the area where the works were being carried out. The property Cllr Durcan referred to is the premises where Mr Beirne’s wife carries out her business.
An 18-year-old man who was observed travelling at speed before he failed to yield for a Garda car at a roundabout was before Ballina District Court this week to face a dangerous driving charge along with other road traffic charges.
A woman who told arresting Gardai that she was bringing her heavily pregnant daughter to the doctor when stopped without insurance, was still banned from driving for six months in the District Court this week (January 13).
A man who veered across the road into an oncoming vehicle while changing a CD has been fined €1,000 for careless driving.
A 29-year-old Mullingar man has been asked to make a €500 contribution to the women’s refuge in Mullingar after pleading guilty to public order offences involving his girlfriend.
A Renmore man who received a suspended sentence this week for burglary has been warned to behave in future and not to use his personal problems as an excuse to commit crime.
A 26-year-old Galway man received a nine month suspended sentence and was disqualified from driving for two years for offences which included assaulting three gardai and stealing a number of vehicles throughout the city almost 10 years ago.
A man with health and psychiatric difficulties went on a drunken wine bottle thieving spree through the village of Oughterard while let out on bail to attend medical appointments, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A homeless man, with 129 previous convictions and who is a constant nuisance to staff and the general public at Ceannt Station, will have to serve an extra two months in jail.
A woman who, while nearly three times over the blood alcohol limit crashed into the back of a car causing a “knock-on” effect, received a five month suspended sentence and a six year disqualification from driving at Galway District Court last Monday.