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Cattle worrying case adjourned until September

The case against a Knock man who pleaded guilty to his dog’s worrying a neighbour’s cattle on two occasions last summer was adjourned until September by Judge Mary Devins. However she allowed the gardai liberty to re-enter the case on 48-hours notice if another incident occurred between now and then.

€1,000 trip from prison to answer €40 theft

A man was transported from prison in Dublin to Castlebar District Court, at what Judge Mary Devins estimated to be a cost of up to €1,000 to the State, to answer a theft charge relating to goods valued at €40 this week.

Publican fined for pre-Mass drinkers

Man in court tells of hard battle with alcohol

A young Belcarra man suffering from alcoholism issued a frank and heartfelt warning on the dangers of alcohol abuse to a group of transition year students in Castlebar District Court on Wednesday.

Foxford man bought cannabis seeds online

A 28-year-old Foxford resident grew cannabis in rented accommodation and let his friends smoke it, at what Judge Mary Devins described as ‘drug parties’.

Bonfire drinking lands man before court

An Attymass man was brought before the court for being drunk near a bonfire at Bunree, Ballina.

Woman stole groceries from Dunnes

A woman who stole a trolley load of groceries from Dunnes Store, Ballina, had her case adjourned in the district court to allow the probation services to make arrangements for suitable community service work.

Three month term for duo caught red handed

Two Lithuanian men, who were caught red handed in possession of drugs, were sentenced to three months in prison in Castlebar District Court this week. Mantas Baltikanukas, 31 Chapel Court Apartments, Claremorris, and Aurimas Simanskis, 32 Chapel Court Apartments, Claremorris, both pleaded guilty to the charges in court.

Claremorris man remanded in custody until trial

A Claremorris man who was sent forward for trial to the circuit criminal court on criminal damage and theft charges was remanded in custody until the trial this week. Tomas Kuksta was served with the book of evidence against him before the sitting of Castlebar District Court on Tuesday morning last.

Pair found guilty in their absence

Judge Mary Devins found that the prosecution had proven the case against two men who were charged in their absence at Castlebar District Court this week arising from an incident at the funeral of an infant in Claremorris.

 

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