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Private Security Authority “a quango”, says judge

Judge Seamus Hughes has described the Private Security Authority which regulates bouncers and security staff as being “like a private police force operating in this country”.

Moate man compared to Luis Suarez - and not in a good way

 

€4k or jail for €50 drug debt face slasher

A youth who slashed a man’s face over a drug debt so he could buy his child a Christmas present was given just a week to raise €4,000 in compensation, otherwise “you’re going to prison”.

Gardaí continue investigations after body found in Shannon

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Yesterday, Thursday June 26, Gardaí in Athlone were continuing their appeal for witnesses to come forward after the body of Patryk Krupa (23) was found partially submerged in the Shannon last Friday night, June 20.

Cannabis whiff lands man before court

The whiff of cannabis from a Kilkelly man’s car landed him before the local district court last week.

DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard launches major July auction

2014 is proving to be a busy year for leading property agents DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard, launching its fourth series of auctions for the year. The July auctions follow on from the successful April auctions which yielded excellent results for the company and its clients. “We are seeing a lot of activity in the marketplace,” according to Alan Maxwell, who heads the auction division at the company. “There is a definite appetite to buy out there and confidence is returning to the market. People are seeking value but they are also seeking quality and well-presented properties. Our open viewings are proving very successful in the lead-up to the auctions. There is a lot of interest in the properties and people are keen to purchase.”

Judge warns defendant to do community service no matter what

Judge Hughes has warned a man that if he doesn’t comply with his community service order he will go to prison, whether his ailing mother is dead or alive.

Man gets a chance after fuel and phone charger theft

A man who filled his car up with €50 worth of fuel and drove away without paying has been given a conditional pardon and ordered to be of good behaviour for 12 months.

Defendant shows no remorse in court after assaulting female Garda

A woman who showed no remorse for an unprovoked attack on a garda has been given the maximum three month prison sentence for assault.

Judge: life of crime doesn’t pay

A Mullingar man with 71 previous convictions, who demanded cash from a frightened man, has been jailed for four months.

 

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