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It has emerged that a Belcarra man who came before Castlebar District Court last month for scrawling graffiti on An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny's, constituency office in Castlebar was rearrested earlier this month for vandalising the office a second time.
There is a small nondescript townhouse on St Augustine Street in the centre of Galway city, it looks the same as many others. But it is not the same, because No 4 is special, and the work which is being carried out there is making a significant difference to the lives of many teenagers and young adults living in Galway.
A young Crossmolina man has been given one last chance to engage with the probation services or face a prison sentence for an unprovoked assault during the Lahardane Fair on August 16, 2013.
A woman who stole a trolley load of groceries from Dunnes Store, Ballina, had her case adjourned in the district court to allow the probation services to make arrangements for suitable community service work.
A man who tested positive for a “plethora of drugs” every fortnight since July after promising then to get off them was jailed for six months this week (February 5).
Fianna Fáil local election hopeful Lisa Chambers has this week hit out at the lack of facilities to help people rehabilitate themselves if they get caught up with drugs, and has called for increased education to be given to young people about drugs.
A man accused of a raft of thefts across Athlone - including that of a family pet - had sentencing adjourned until April to allow the probation services prepare a final report on his continuing rehabilitation.
A man from Ballina was who was found in possession of €30 worth of drugs at Castlebar Garda Station was before Ballina District Court this week for a probation report. Judge Mary Devins said that the man seems to be “making some moves in the right direction”.
A 21-year-old man who filled up with his car with €30 worth of diesel and drove off without paying was back before Ballina District Court this week for a probation report.
A tattooist who took part in a punishment beating along with other masked members of a now disbanded biker gang has been given a five year sentence suspended on strict conditions and ordered to pay a further €6,375.