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A woman with nearly 100 outstanding parking fines who has been imprisoned twice on the issue, was remanded on continuing bail this week in Athlone (March 4) to re-appear in Mullingar next week.
Two men were remanded on bail to appear in Castlebar District Court again on October 15 for either a hearing or a plea after both men were found in possession of over €1,200 each of cannabis. Sheldon Maye with an address at Drimelly, Cross, Co Mayo and Sean O’Connor, 8 Tower View, Ballinrobe, were arrested at 8 Tower View, Ballinrobe on foot of a search warrant executed by Gardaí on July 5 2013 at 2.42pm.
A Ballinrobe man who carried out an unprovoked assault on a man who was visiting the town to take part in an angling competition pleaded guilty to assault causing harm in Castlebar District Court this Tuesday. Sean O’Connor, 8 Tower View, Ballinrobe was arrested at 4.35am on the night of August 5 2012 on Main Street, Ballinrobe following the assault. Superintendent Joe Doherty told the court that O’Connor came out of an alley way and launched an attack on one of two men who were walking down the street together.
Plans for improved health care in Westmeath are continue to progress with the confirmation that the construction of new primary health care centres for Mullingar and Kilbeggan “will begin before the end of the year”.
A man who pleaded guilty to possession of almost €700 worth of heroin with intent to supply thanked the judge in the District Court this week (May 12) after he he learned the prison sentence he was currently serving would not be added to.
Fine Gael councillor Patsy O’Brien told a meeting of the Claremorris electoral area that he was going to have to go back to his constituents with “one hand longer than the other” after an estate was not included on a list of nine in the area for takeover by the council. Mayo County Council planner Brendan Munnelly was outlining to the members the nine estates in the area to which members of the planning department of the council had been assigned, in order to assess what works needed to be done before they were taken over by the council.
A man with 31 previous convictions which include a plethora of road traffic offences will have to serve an extra seven months for drink driving and driving while uninsured.