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Bail granted on arson charges to Wines Direct

A young man charged with causing €1 million criminal damage to Wines Direct, Mullingar has been granted bail to stay with his grandfather.

Gardai seek information on burglaries

A number of thefts took place over last weekend in the north Westmeath area.

Gardai investigate break-ins and thefts

Gardai in Mullingar are seeking assistance from the public regarding a number of thefts which occurred in Mullingar during the past week.

Gardai investigate spate of armed raids

Mullingar Gardai are continuing their investigation into a spate of raids carried out on business premises in the county, a number of which they believe to be connected.

Daingean murder may have links to Mullingar raids

Gardai are probing the possibility that there may be links between this week’s murder of an Offaly publican and a similar incident which occurred last month in Mullingar.

Judge does youth “a kindness” by jailing him

Remanding a 17-year-old boy in custody at Mullingar Circuit Court, Judge Anthony Kennedy suggested he was doing the youth “a kindness” because he is off drugs while he is in prison.

Judge does youth “a kindness” by jailing him

Remanding a 17-year-old boy in custody at Mullingar Circuit Court, Judge Anthony Kennedy suggested he was doing the youth “a kindness” because he is off drugs while he is in prison.

New inspector welcomed by judge

Judge John Neilan extended a warm welcome to Inspector Kieran Keyes who has been assigned to Mullingar Garda Station.

Seven year ban for drink driver

“She’s not a kick-start machine,” said Judge John Neilan as he disqualified a man from driving for seven years after he said the machine used to test his alcohol level was faulty.

Coole murder accused remanded on bail

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A woman accused of murdering her husband at their Westmeath home 22 years ago has been remanded on continuing bail.

 

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