Search Results for 'Valerie Corcoran'
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A 32-year-old man with 56 previous convictions was sentenced to 11 months in jail for burglary and fraud offences at Galway District Court this week.
A Limerick man with 93 previous convictions is to spend a further six months behind bars and was given a further nine-month suspended sentence for committing a number of burglaries including taking a laptop from behind the counter of a city centre clothes shop.
Three women and one man have been given fines and suspended sentences for their part in a suspected organised begging industry.
A young Bohermore woman who is accused of taking more than €2,500 of goods on two occassions from a city centre pharmacy as well as being involved in burglary attempt has been granted bail with strict conditions.
A 33-year-old found with heroin in an NUI Galway toilet received a five month suspended sentence this week and was warned to stay away from the campus grounds.
A 26-year-old Ballybane man, who being in possession of a slash hook which was thrown from a car which sped dangerously away from the scene with gardai in hot pursuit, has been sentenced to a total of nine months in jail and disqualified from driving for three years.
A man, with 45 previous convictions, who was caught pushing a shopping trolley containing stolen DIY goods, was given a three month suspended sentence at Galway District Court this week.
A 41-year-old homeless man with 58 previous convictions was given an extra month to serve in jail after breaking the conditions of a temporary release order by stealing a keg from a city pub.
A five month suspended sentence has been imposed on a man who became extremely aggressive in the busy A&E department of University Hospital Galway before attacking a nurse who was trying to treat his injured friend.
A man who set fire to a shed in the Ballybane Community Garden in retaliation against his estranged wife, causing more than €2,500 in damage, has been given one last chance to come up with some form of compensation or face jail.