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Gardaí continue investigations after body found in Shannon

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Yesterday, Thursday June 26, Gardaí in Athlone were continuing their appeal for witnesses to come forward after the body of Patryk Krupa (23) was found partially submerged in the Shannon last Friday night, June 20.

Man seeking bail loses his rag and his liberty

A burglar caught red-handed in a bedroom was given a week in custody for contempt of court after he started shouting obsceneties a the judge.

Bingo catfight resolution postponed for a year

Two mothers who came to blows outside a bingo hall over the alleged sale of drugs between their sons had their case adjourned for a year to see if they could “bury the hatchet” and maintain the peace.

Compo saves man guilty of assault from jail

A drunk who assaulted another man nearly twice his age for no reason ended up paying €1,500 in compensation and fines this week (December 11) to avoid jail.

Man charged with €20k cannabis possession

A man charged with the possession of €20,000 worth of cannabis resin was remanded on continuing bail until October 16 for presentation of a book of evidence.

White Bridge boat crash drive awaits trial date for endangering life

The driver of the speedboat that crashed into the White Bridge in July where a passenger was seriously injured, was remanded on continuing bail in the District Court this week (February 27) to re-appear on April 24 for a book of evidence.

Sleepy drunk to avoid conviction for racial abuse

A man who shouted racial abuse and threatened to kill the staff of a fast food outlet was given until March to come up with €300 compensation “as a gesture of goodwill” for his victims.

Man supplements dole with drug dealing - court hears

A young man whom Judge Hughes said looks nothing like the people who usually come before the court will have to live with a drug dealing conviction.

Judge rewards “pang of conscience”

A man who reported his own theft from a bank immediately after he did it was given the benefit of the Probation Act in the District Court this week (September 7) in a case the judge called “exceptional”.

Judge hopes to finalise “turf” case by end of September

A judge welcomed an update in court this week (July 20) on an “unorthodox sentencing” of his, but feared this particular case “will be imprinted on my brain until I retire”.

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