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Two Ballybane men have been charged in relation to the siphoning and theft of more than €2,000 worth of diesel from various companies in an industrial estate in Carnmore.
A woman, who has 38 previous convictions for theft alone, was sentenced to six months in prison at Ballina District Court this week.
A 28-year-old man accused of stealing more than €17,000 from a city centre cafe has been sent forward for trial for the three counts of theft and it is expected that he will also face trial in relation to a false imprisonment incident at another dining establishment.
Tonight, Friday March 9 marks seven years of business for Karma Athlone. To celebrate they are putting on a spectacular event called 7 Deadly Sins. The nightclub will be divided into seven with each sin being designated an area. Marketing manager Jessica Brennan said, “We don’t want to give it all away at once but you can expect everything from chocolate treats to fire blowers, and everything in between”.
A Co Galway woman, charged with 82 counts of stealing cash and forging cheques resulting in a city business suffering a loss worth thousands of euro, is due to be sent forward for trial.
A woman warned in June after pleading guilty to the theft of a prescription pad from a doctor’s surgery that she would face jail if any further charges arose, was jailed for 15 months last week after she was convicted of seven additional thefts, including one from another surgery.
Clothes were stolen from a department stores by a man in a desperate bid to sell them to get enough money to get a ticket home, the Galway District Court heard this week.
A Galway man accused of knowingly being in possession of stolen vehicles at his home has been sent forward for trial.
A 30-year-old mother of four who used “distraction tactics” at a shop allowing her accomplices to steal more than €3,000 worth of cigarettes has received 12 months in jail with the final five months suspended.
A Mullingar woman is to be tried in the Circuit Court after she was charged with stealing more than €50,000.