Search Results for 'Tullamore District Court'

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Man set fire to sister’s kitchen and spat blood at social worker, court hears

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).

Couple face costs of €2,000 over illegal site entrance

A Westmeath couple who have failed to remove an illegal entrance to their home have been told they brought the costs of prosecution on themselves.

Judge praises lone garda for apprehension of “fly-by” burglary gang

A garda was congratulated by both the judge and his inspector for his “professionalism and diligence” when the four-man burglary gang he apprehended on a roadside, in the early hours, on his own, was jailed for between four and seven months apiece in the District Court this week (May 27).

Further conviction results in jail for drink driver

A Westmeath man who has three previous convictions for drink driving and four for having no insurance has been jailed for five months at Tullamore District Court.

Company fined over illegal quarry

A company has been fined €750 for operating an illegal quarry in Westmeath.

Crazy biker to get jail term extended next week

A man who was seen weaving a motorcycle between traffic at up to 200kph whilst drunk and disqualified after refusing to stop, will be jailed for six months and banned from holding a driver’s licence for 14 years on his return to the District Court next week (February 10), after a suspended sentence is dealt with in Longford next Tuesday.

Mullingar rioters told to keep away from Dalton Park

The 11 men charged in connection with last week’s riot involving two hundred people in Dalton Park, Mullingar have all been released on bail and told to stay away from Dalton Park.

Drunk man steals beer

A Tullamore man who stole a box of 24 bottles of beer told gardaí “I was drunk and I’m sorry” when he was charged with the theft at Tesco, Mullingar on August 24 this year.

Country music singer in court for failing to return tax forms

Mick Foster, one half of the internationally acclaimed Foster and Allen, has been unsucessful in overturning a conviction for failing to file tax returns.

Country music singer in court for failing to return tax forms

Mick Foster, one half of the internationally acclaimed Foster and Allen, has been unsucessful in overturning a conviction for failing to file tax returns.

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