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A Tuam man charged with a plethora of charges, including a number of tresspassing and theft at the National University of Ireland, Galway, was remanded on continuing bail with the strict condition to stay away from the third level institute and its environs.
A Longford man, with 140 previous convictions, was sentenced to spend a further seven months behind bars and disqualified from driving for 10 years for stealing a handbag and car keys from a nurse while being treated at UHG and taking off in the vehicle which was later stopped by eagle-eyed gardai in Kildare the following day.
The case of a man who threw his then girlfriend on to a bed, fracturing her spine, before humiliating her by sitting with his genitals in her face was described as “sickening” by a District Court judge this week.
Sentencing in the case of a drug addict with 52 previous convictions who committed a series of burglaries throughout the city, gaining entry to private houses all of which had been occupied at the time, was adjourned this week to allow time for the preparation of reports.
Gardaí have appealed for information following a number of burglaries in the city earlier this month.
“The first time I could say that it affected my life was when I was 30 years old. We were married, we had two children at that stage. I was working with an insurance company and had done very well for the first 10 years I was there. I had been given the job as an area manager and we moved to Sligo. I was only there a short time and I started feeling unwell.
A Galway man was sentenced to a total of 19 months in jail and disqualified from driving for seven years for the assault of his ex-girlfriend, burglary, tresspass, and numerous charges of car theft.
A man who stole car keys from his teacher and then took her car “for a spin”, was before Belmullet District Court on Wednesday.
1. Parents can play a major role in building their children’s self esteem. If you want your child to be positive and confident lead by example. Aim to be a good role model of someone with a positive self image. If you feel inferior and hard done by you transmit this to your child in your comments, attitudes and reluctance to embrace change and challenges.
A Galway teenager who had been found driving a car which had been stolen in a burglary was given 10 months’ detention and a four year disqualification after using up all of his chances.