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The jury in the trial of Jimmy Devaney, who is accused of murdering Marie Greene in Athlone four years ago, will retire today to consider its verdict.
An Athlone family had a very lucky escape in the early hours of Friday morning (August 5) after a suspected arson attack on their home.
Jimmy Devaney (63), the retired soldier charged in February with the murder of 37-year-old local woman Marie Greene, was presented with his book of evidence in the District Court this week (June 8), and sent forward for arraignment in the Central Criminal Court at its next sittings beginning on June 22.
An application for release on bail from the man accused of the murder of Marie Greene was refused in the District Court this week (March 9) after the judge was not satisfied with the independent surety presented to him.
The grieving brother of murder victim Marie Greene, who was ordered to limit his drinking to “milk and water”, was remanded in custody for one week after he was unable to stump up €200 bond money in the District Court this week (March 2).
Tragic murder victim Marie Greene is to be buried today (February 25) in Cornamagh cemetery after 10.30 mass in St Mary’s church.
Gardai are “concerned” as to the whereabouts of a well-known Athlone woman who has not been seen since Sunday evening.
The following are the winners to last week’s Galway Advertiser Galway Arts Festival competition. The winners each receive a pair of tickets to select arts festival shows.