HAVING been earlier refused bail, a Limerickman appeared at the District Court in connection with an alleged burglary matter after he was arrested on foot of a separate bench warrant issued by the Criminal Courts of Justice at Cloverhill.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Charges of the theft of a mobile phone at Abrakebabra restaurant on O’Connell Street, on July 13, were also before the court, where it is alleged that the accused, Lee McNamara, approached the counter and stole the phone, valued at €450, after he allegedly forced open the door at 9am, while cleaning staff were working inside.On July 16 last, Gardai attended the reports of a break-in at Johnsgate Village where the defendant was spotted exiting a premises through a broken window.McNamara, aged 23, and described in court as “homeless,” was arrested by gardai and made admissions to bwweing on the premises. No property was stolen in the incident.A third charge relating to public order offences was also before the court where it was given in evidence that on June 17 last, the accused was intoxicated on Cruises Street, and was stopping members of the public asking for cigarettes. McNamara had 17 previous convictions and received an eight month prison sentence in January for Road Traffic Offences, and the unauthorised taking of a vehicle and associated charges.In mitigation for the accused, Sarah Ryan solicitor, said that her client was taking shelter from bad weather when he was seen at the address in Johnsgate and was of the belief that it was a simple trespassing charge of the unoccupied house.It was also added that the McNamara was in fact homeless, and that the address given was a family home that he did not reside at. McNamara, who was in custody since the previous Sunday, entered an early plea.Judge Eamon O’Brien jailed him for nine months. Previous articleLimerick lose bravely in Croke ParkNext articleCharges struck out against father and daughter admin Facebook Twitter Email WhatsApp Advertisement Linkedin Print NewsLocal NewsSentenced to nine months on burglary chargeBy admin – August 2, 2011 691
The rabies clinic is canceled this year, but officials still urge the public to get their pets vaccinated. (Photo courtesy of veterinarypracticenews.com) The City of Ocean City will host a free rabies clinic on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Ocean City Fire Department at 550 Asbury Avenue.State and local laws require anyone owning, keeping or harboring a dog of licensing age (seven months or older) or a dog with a set of permanent teeth to get an annual license and official metal tag for each dog.In Ocean City, dog licenses may be bought at the Municipal Clerk’s Office at City Hall, 861 Asbury Avenue.To receive a dog license, the pet owner must first supply a rabies vaccination certificate signed by a licensed veterinarian.The licensing fees are $7 for a dog that has been neutered or spayed or $10 for dogs that have not been neutered or spayed.A late fee will occur after March 31 for an additional $4. Call (609) 525-9328 with any questions.
RelatedPosts Super Eagles stars model new national team jersey Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ Ings not interested in leaving Saints, Southampton manager says The Leicester City squad are ready to face whatever the Premier League throws at them as they prepare for the restart of the season, midfielder Wilfred Ndidi has declared.After more than two months training alone, City have been back at Belvoir Drive as a team for the past fortnight, resuming contact sessions last week. And while they only have three more weeks to prepare before the campaign resumes on the weekend of June 20-21, Ndidi is confident he and his team-mates are already in the right physical and mental state for their remaining nine league games and push to secure qualification to the Champions League.“I would say we’re ready because even during the lockdown, everyone was working at home,” the 23-year-old, who became a first-time dad during the break, told LCFC TV. “So, we’re always ready and we’ll just see what comes next.“We’re just working hard. Everyone is keeping fit, working hard and the mentality is great, so we’ll just see what comes.”Manager Brendan Rodgers backed up that statement, and said he has been impressed with what he has seen from his squad on the training ground.“This early feeling has been about getting back into some sort of normality, getting into contact again, and I have to say, the players have been superb,” the manager said. “They’ve gone away and done a lot of work in their lockdown, come back and we tested them and they’re at a really high level, which is testament to the work they’ve done while we’ve been giving them programmes.”What the City players have not had for the past two months is the camaraderie of being with their teammates.That has changed now, and Ndidi believes it will spur the squad on.“I’m so glad because after staying home for so long, training alone, I’m so happy to see to see the boys, to see everyone in the training ground,” he said.“It has been amazing because seeing these guys, everyone is okay. So, we’re really happy to be back. I’m really, really happy to see these boys and see the manager and everyone. “The work I was doing in the garden, it was more difficult because I was alone. There was no push.“But training with the other guys now, you see some guys faster than you, so you try to push and try to catch up because you follow the pace of someone even better than you. You have to give 100 per cent.”Tags: Leicester City FCPremier LeagueWilfred Ndidi