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Some freedom for man accused of stealing pregnancy test

A man accused of stealing a pregnancy test kit, smashing a car window, and assaulting a garda shortly after being released from a two-year jail sentence, was given a highly conditional bail in the District Court this week (November 20).

Spanish Roads don’t melt in the sunshine so why do ours?

Miracles do happen. Very rarely you get events like Limerick winning the Munster hurling championship or the Dubs (go on lads!) winning Leinster. Even more rarely you get hot summer heatwaves in Ireland.

Spanish Roads don’t melt in the sunshine so why do ours?

Miracles do happen. Very rarely you get events like Limerick winning the Munster hurling championship or the Dubs (go on lads!) winning Leinster. Even more rarely you get hot summer heatwaves in Ireland.

Crime Prevention Officer expresses concern over thefts from cars

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Sergeant John Connolly, Westmeath’s Crime Prevention Officer, this week expressed concern at the ongoing thefts from cars in the Westmeath division.

Man attacks taxi with wheelbrace, court hears

A 21-year-old Connemara man, who violently attacked a taxi by smashing the car window with a wheel brace and putting the driver and the juvenile passengers in fear, has been remanded on continuing bail to allow time for compensation to be gathered and for the preparation of reports.

Burning eyes and boat damage as fleet continues in atrocious weather conditions towards Auckland

The fleet’s adrenaline fueled dash through the Pacific in winds up to 34 knots has seen some near record breaking performances but has also taken its toll on the boats with several teams reporting equipment damage last evening (Wednesday).

Probation Act for student who caused €2,000 damage to cars

A student who caused nearly €2,000 worth of damage to a number of cars, throwing a traffic cone through one car window, has been given the benefit of the Probation Act.

Man blames grit for his dangerous driving - court hears

A man who claimed a lack of grit on the road led to his dangerous driving has been fined €250 for the offence.

Suspended sentence for man who broke car window and fell asleep inside

A Castlebar man had a 28 day suspended prison sentence imposed on him after he pleaded guilty to a number of public order offences in Castlebar District Court this week. Paul Ludden of 89B Chestnut Grove, Castlebar, was arrested by gardai on April 24 after failing to follow their instruction to go home on a number of occasions. Garda Kate Conlon told the court that she arrested Ludden after she met him on Main Street, Castlebar, at 3.40am, she found him in an intoxicated state and asked him his name and told him to go home, which he refused to do. He became agressive and started shouting and roaring before he kicked a bin, she eventually arrested him on Mill Lane, just off the Main Street. He was transported to the Garda station in the back of a patrol car. Garda Ger Dillion gave evidence to the court that after initially being quiet when he was put in the car and had a pair of handcuffs placed on him, Ludden became agressive resulting in Garda Dillion having to pin him against the side of the car for his own protection and of the driver. He also told the court that it took three gardai to get Ludden from the patrol car into the station, and even when he was taken inside the station he continued to be abusive and agressive towards the gardai.

Jail for man who shot bird through car window

A security officer who shot and subsequently killed a cormorant at Bachelor’s Walk, Ballina, in front of his son, was sentenced to 28 days in prison for recklessly discharging a firearm.

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