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Two accounts given of Fireworks Night incident

Judge Mary Devins is to consider a case in which she heard two conflicting versions of events surrounding an incident on fireworks night during the Ballina Salmon Festival.

Ballycastle man convicted of careless driving

A Ballycastle man denied he caused a road traffic accident because he took his eyes off the road for a moment in Ballina District Court this week.

Family feud leads to exile from county

A man involved in an ongoing family feud, who smashed a car windscreen with a socket bar, avoided prison this week by undertaking to leave Mayo and not return for 12 months.

Man hurled torrent of abuse at gardai after he was arrested

A Claremorris man who engaged in a torrent of abuse towards gardai after they asked him for his name and address had sentencing against him adjourned until June by Judge Mary Devins in Castlebar District Court this week.

Man hurled torrent of abuse at gardai after he was arrested

A Claremorris man who engaged in a torrent of abuse towards gardai after they asked him for his name and address had sentencing against him adjourned until June by Judge Mary Devins in Castlebar District Court this week.

Probation report on man who threw pint glass at barmaid

A Ballyhaunis man who pleaded guilty to an assault charge arising out of an incident where he ended up throwing a pint glass at a barmaid and narrowly missing her has had the sentencing in his case adjourned until April 1, while a probation report is carried out on him. However, he was warned by Judge Mary Devins that this was something she was taking very seriously and “could warrant a custodial sentence.”

€150 fine for mountain rescue for man driving with mobile phone

Judge Mary Devins struck out the charge of driving while using a mobile phone against a Claremorris man after he agreed to pay €150 to Mayo Mountain Rescue in Ballyhaunis District Court, sitting in Castlebar this week.

Woman found not guilty of assaulting neighbour’s child

A woman was found not guilty of assaulting a former neighbour’s child following a case at Ballyhaunis District Court sitting in Castlebar this week. The woman was alleged to have grabbed the child by the neck, twisted his ear, and slapped him on his bottom in the incident. The case saw the child give evidence through a video link to the court, and the court was also shown a DVD of an interview carried out with the child shortly after the incident by trained Garda personnel.

Balla murder accused in court today

The man charged with the murder of Sara Staunton is to appear before Harristown Court in Castlerea this morning (Friday) at 10.30am.

Man charged with Balla murder

A 22-year-old man has been charged with the murder of mother-of-two Sara Staunton.

 

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