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Four men and one woman appeared in court this week charged in connection with the theft of power tools worth more than €30,000 during a spate of recent burglaries at various locations throughout Galway and Roscommon.
A 31-year-old man has appeared before the court this week charged with a number of road traffic offences including dangerous driving causing bodily harm to another at Barna Road last December.
A 59-year-old Claregalway man, who after failing to get rid of the noisy antisocial tenants living in a granny flat produced a shotgun to scare them into leaving, was given a four month suspended sentence this week.
A man, accused in connection with a serious assault that left another man in hospital, has been refused bail and remanded in custody to appear at Harristown District Court tomorrow.
A Tuam woman charged with allegedly being in possession of drugs valued at more than €13,000 for the purpose of selling or supplying has been sent forward for trial.
A Galway couple charged in relation to an alleged assault in which a man was left with serious facial injuries after being attacked with the heel of a shoe have been remanded on continuing bail.
A 29-year-old Tuam man who continually targeted NUI Galway prowling the campus and committing a number of offences including taking handbags from the church, stealing a car carrying a laptop with sensitive medical information, and selling off the pieces of a medallion and chain worth €5,000 to a cash for goods store, has been jailed for 21 months and disqualified from driving for five years.
A woman and juvenile charged in connection with a major drugs raid that took place nearly two weeks ago have been strongly urged to show proof of identification and further remanded in custody.
A part-time teacher has pleaded guilty to paying for goods with bounced cheques on three different occasions.
A 21-year-old Ballybane man accused of attempted robbery has been sent forward for trial to next month’s sittings of the Galway Circuit Criminal Court.