Threat to burn house leads to suspended sentence

first_img Previous articleHave been out to the woods today?Next articleTemplehouse Delivers admin Facebook Twitter WhatsApp A TWENTY year old mother of one, who was intoxicated and in a dispute with her parents outside their home on the Shanabooly Road, appeared in Limerick District Court after she threatened to “have this f—–g house burnt down”. Malita Galvin, 106 Shanabooly Road, was facing Public Order Charges brought by Garda Shane O’Shea, dating back to earlier this year.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Linkedin The court heard that the accused was said to have been intoxicated on the night in question, and was in a dispute with her parents as they attempted to coax her off the street, to avoid the attention of gardai.The court was told that on arrival, gardai found Ms Galvin, with five previous convictions, highly intoxicated and abusive. Sarah Ryan, solicitor, said that her client was now “behaving herself,” and she did not wish to get into any more trouble.Judge O’Donnell said that he feared Ms Galvin was “beginning to clock up convictions”. She was sentenced to two months in prison, but Judge O’Donnell suspended it for a period of 12 months pending that she be on good behaviour and her own bond of €100. Email NewsLocal NewsThreat to burn house leads to suspended sentenceBy admin – September 28, 2010 557 Print Advertisementlast_img

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