Gardaí alerted to a suspicious looking insurance certificate on vehicle windscreen
While gardaí were conducting an Operation Lifesaver checkpoint at Marlfield village on Sunday, May 2, they were alerted to a suspicious looking insurance certificate on a vehicle's windscreen.
On further inspection, gardaí noted that the disc was in fact false and photocopied.
The driver of the vehicle was arrested and charged and is to appear in court at a later date.
Two men who allegedly assaulted another man during a violent row in Edgeworthstown over two years ago are to be served with books of evidence.
A Brazilian meat factory worker who was found at the wheel with an out of date driving licence was last week told by Judge Seamus Hughes to “bring a box of fillet steaks” with him when his case returns before the courts later this year.
Tributes have been paid to Kathleen Reynolds, the wife of the late former taoiseach Albert Reynolds following her passing earlier today at the age of 88.
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