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A youth who set fire to his sister’s kitchen so the council would give her a new one, and who spat a mouthful of blood into a social worker’s face, got another final chance in court this week (April 2).
The manager of the HSE in the Midlands has been summoned to court to explain what can be done for an offender with psychiatric issues who will have spent more than nine weeks in custody because health services have no suitable facility for him.
A youth from “an incredibly dysfunctional family background” was fined a total of €400 this week after failing to attend for 170 hours of community service.
A former addict from Limerick, appearing in court in Athlone on a three-year-old warrant, avoided a jail sentence this week (March 12) because of rehabilitative efforts he has made in four other towns in the interim.
A teenager pleading guilty to four counts of theft was offered a six-month reprieve in court this week (March 12), but warned he would go to jail “if he stole as much as a chicken sandwich” in the meantime.
A man who defrauded the State out of more than €16,000 worth of social welfare was jailed for three months this week (March 25).
A teenage burglar, whose mother said she was “actually disgusted with him”, was jailed for a total of nine months this week (February 12) after he pleaded guilty to another 15 charges.
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.
A man who was seen, followed, reported, and arrested with a stolen silage grab in his vehicle, but who insisted on still pleading not guilty at 11 appearances in court, was jailed for five months this week (November 13).