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Home alone elderly woman confronted by 22-year-old

first_imgNewsLocal NewsHome alone elderly woman confronted by 22-year-oldBy admin – July 31, 2012 835 A PROBATION report has been ordered for a convicted drug addict who kicked open the bedroom door of an old age pensioner in search of money while she slept.  Ray Tully of O’Donnoghue Avenue, Janesboro, pleaded guilty at Limerick Circuit Court to the burglary of the home of his 86-year-old neighbour on June 3, 2011. Tully pleaded guilty to burglary and to criminal damage at the address after he gained entry to the house by breaking a downstairs window.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up State evidence was given where an elderly lady was home alone on the night in question, when she was confronted by a raider who kicked open her locked bedroom door before he fled the scene.The pensioner contacted her nephew who, in turn, contacted Roxboro Garda Station.Tully was arrested two days later and made admissions to breaking the window and causing the damage valued at €500 and entering the property in search of money to feed his drug habit.“I was stoned out of my head,” he told gardai when questioned about the incident, “but I wish I could apologise to that lady now”.The woman, who suffered no injury only the trauma of the frightful experience, it was said, had locked her bedroom door for security reasons as she lived alone.Tully told gardai that he thought the house was unoccupied and that there might be something contained in the locked room.The court heard that the accused had previous convictions for criminal damage, possession of drugs and public order incidents. He also had convictions for the possession of a knife and certain implements as well as for theft.22-year-old Tully received a short sentence for a similar burglary matter, Judge Carroll Moran heard, and that he was on remand since December 11 last.Mark Nicholas, defence counsel, said that the accused fell into heroin addiction when he was 15 and that issues developed connected to his drug taking.The court heard that Tully immediately left upon finding the pensioner inside and that it was not a “clever” crime and something that was more “spontaneous” than anything else.He added that Tully was dealing with his addictions, and a letter from his drug counsellor was furnished to the court.Judge Carroll Moran adjourned the matter until October 2 next, remanded the accused in custody and asked for an updated report from the Probation Services. Twitter Facebook Linkedin Printcenter_img Email Advertisement WhatsApp Previous articleStored over 90,000 cigarettes for ‘sinister group’Next articleHijacked taxi driver tells court of panic attacks adminlast_img read more

Sub-machine gun stored by creche worker for cash

first_imgProceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL Twitter No vaccines in Limerick yet Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended Facebook RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR by Andrew [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up A LIMERICK creche worker will be sentenced in the New Year after she admitted having a sub-machine gun stored in her home because she had financial difficulties and needed the money.Celine O’Riordan with a former address at Cliona Park admitted having the weapon and 13 rounds of 9mm ammunition in a bin outside her home in July of last year.During the sentencing hearing at Limerick Circuit Court, Judge Tom O’Donnell was told that the mother of one was approached by an unidentified person and offered €300 to store the gun for a short period.Ms O’Riordan hid the weapon and ammunition in her bedroom wardrobe after it was dropped outside the door of her home.She was told that someone would be along to collect the gun a few days later.She removed the Mac 10 gun from her bedroom wardrobe, wrapped it in a pillow case and a Supervalu bag and put it in the bin outside her home.When it was found by Gardaí executing a search warrant, she explained her version of events. However, detectives didn’t believe her as it was clear to them that the gun was being stored in the bin and was not discarded.The court heard from Ms O’Riordan’s father who said she was vulnerable, had no previous convictions and that this was not in character.“I took her out of that situation and she is not a danger to anybody or never was”, he said.Adjourning the case to February 12, Judge O’Donnell said that “given the bizare set of circumstances, he wanted a probation report to “get the full picture before finalising the matter”. Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Printcenter_img Email TAGSfeatured NewsCrime & CourtSub-machine gun stored by creche worker for cashBy Staff Reporter – December 28, 2014 1105 Previous articleHomeless man died two days after seeking refuge at priest’s houseNext articleNeighbour rescues woman from house fire Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Linkedin Advertisement First Irish death from Coronavirus last_img read more

OFW from Hong Kong enters capitol undetected

first_img“Gusto ‘ya si governor ma-istorya, mangayo daw clearance nga-a i-quarantine siya,” said Mamon. The provincial capitol actually prepared for the OFW’s visit,Mamon said; she was informed in advance by the OFW’s lawyer about the visit. ILOILO – Despite the tight screening of people entering thecapitol as a precautionary measure against the spread of the coronavirusdisease 2019 (COVID-19), an overseas Filipino worker (OFW) from Hong Kongmanaged to get inside undetected by security guards yesterday morning.  Requireto fill-up Quick Assessment Tool for Travelers and refer appropriate healthpersonnel for intervention 3. Employeesand visitors/clients shall pass the designated lanes as provided at the capitolmain entrance. Employees with no frontline/capitol ID shall pass the visitor’slane and undergo a non-contact infrared thermometer check and similarprocedures. Last monththe provincial government issued entry rules and regulations against thepossible spread of COVID-19 pursuant to Executive Order 28-A previously issuedby Governor Defensor further strengthening quarantine procedures and otherdisease prevention and control measures. According to the provincial administrator, she told herlawyer-friend to advice the OFW to first undergo 14 days of quarantine beforevisiting the capitol. It was Dr. Neneth Pador, chief of the PSWDO, who discovered theOFW’s undetected entry during her interview with the worker. 1. Allprovincial government employees are required to wear their frontline/capitol IDupon entry and while within the IPG premises. The No ID, No Entry police shallbe implemented. She also ordered the disinfection of the Office of the Governorand the Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO). Hong Kong, aspecial administrative region of China, has several COVID-19 cases. As this was being written, the OFW was poised to be referred tothe Western Visayas Medical Center for quarantine. Atty. Suzette Mamon, provincial administrator, immediately ordereda review of the screening protocols.  Closecontact with persons with travel history to China, Hong Kong, Macau, SouthKorea Clients and employees of the Iloilo Provincial Capitol gets temperature check using a thermal scanner as they enter the building. IAN PAUL CORDERO/PNcenter_img  Travelhistory: country visited for the past 14 days or from Jan. 1, 2020 (China, HongKong, Macau, South Korea) The OFW returned to Iloilo from Hong Kong just three or four daysago to follow up a custody case involving her child. 2. Only thecapitol and Casa Real main entrance shall be opened for visitors/transactingclients. Capitol employees may use all opened entrance doors provided thatfrontline/capitol ID shall be implemented. The OFW was a resident of Cabatuan town in the 3rd District. Shesought a quarantine clearance, according to Mamon, and visited the Office ofthe Governor and PSWDO. 4. Members ofprint and broadcast media may use the employee’s lane upon presentation ofpress/company ID. Employees,visitors and clients transacting at the capitol must observe the following: 6. Securitypersonnel and/or EROI shall assess the following:  fever of 38 degreesCelcius (hilanat) through anon-contact infrared thermometer; colds (sip-on); and cough (ubo) The OFW, however, gave a different name to the guards so she wasable to enter the capitol. Capitol guards posted at the entrance and exit doors werefurnished with the OFW’s name. The EROI or Emergency Responders of Iloilo(EROI) was also alerted. 7.Visitors/clients observed to be with symptoms (fever, colds, cough) shall beprovided with surgical mask for precautionary measures and further be subjectedto the following questions in accordance with COVID-19 Decision Tool: 5. Securitypersonnel and/or Emergency Responders of Iloilo (EROI) shall conduct a RapidHealth Assessment (RHA) to all clients and visitors. A personalized stickershall be provided as an access to all offices in the capitol upon entry. 8. Entranceand exit gates at the back portion of the capitol shall be closed at 9:30 a.m.Gate between the Casa Real and Power House may be used as entrance/exit. Therest of the gates are open to public./PN)last_img read more

OVERTIME

first_imgby Bill NealFor New Pittsburgh Courier:10 There’s a first time for everything so here we go. I’ve never started the countdown with a Locker Room inductee, but this lady deserves it. Ms. Racele Watson is living up in the Hill District and raising her sons, one of whom is “Denier.” Denier is holding it down at Central Catholic High School. (You know the school Penn Hills kicks around like a rented mule?) Anyway, Racele, you, Denier and whatever the other kid’s name is (oops my bad), you’re all “In the Locker Room!”:09 I don’t know why you’re all having such a hard time understanding what’s going on with Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o and this way off the hook story about a girlfriend that really doesn’t exist. The—boy’s —a—freak! Ya know it and I know it and don’t act like you don’t recognize it. Every one of you has a cousin just like him that talks to people that ain’t there every day. Yes you do… yes you do… yes—you—do!!!:08 I’m telling you right now “Kobe” and the Lakers will beat Lebron and the Heat Thursday night, so by the time you read this, you will have missed your chance to take it to the bank.:07 New year, same problems. Please “instruct” your young African-American men to pull their pants up. I mean, come on, this is getting to be just stupid and while you’re at it, can you start getting our “young ladies” to clean up their language. Some of these girls’ attitudes and the words coming out of their mouths make some of these boys look like angels!:06 Yeah, hockey is back. No, really, I am excited and happy. No, I really am. Doesn’t mean I know any more about it. No shut-up about it. Go Pens!:05 Want to be reminded of some good old school music? Pull out your Stephanie Mills classics. Man, that woman had pipes on her… I mean, she really did and while up in the flash-back machine, if anybody out there has any of the “Sinbad Summer Jamz” tapes or CD’s, please call me so I can get a copy. Oh, don’t worry, I’ll pay for it mmmaaannn!!:04 For my money, the NFL Rookie of the Year is not Andrew Luck or RGIII, but it’s Russell Wilson of the Seahawks. Oh, by the way, have you heard… he’s a brother.:03 All I can tell ya is this… If you’re Serena Williams’ boyfriend and she says it’s time to go… you best be about the business of going… and right now! Did you see the arms on that woman? That said, she’s bad, and I mean in a good way!:02 Why was the ESPN sports commentator making such a big deal about Katherine Webb, the girlfriend of Alabama quarterback A.J. “Johnny Football” McCarron? Because—she—is—fine, that’s why! Brent’s old, but he ain’t dead.:01 At the Buzzer, 2013 Style. Here we Go!•Coach Harvey Smith and Coach Quinten Johns will bring financial security to ya, for ya! January 27 is the official coming out showcase for Organo Gold Coffee Gourmet. If you want to change your financial life, as well as your children and your grandchildren, you don’t want to miss this event; 3-6 p.m. at 3 Lakes Golf Course, 6700 Saltsburg Rd. Call “Q” at 412-628-7947 for information. •There’s only one Super Bowl party to be at! The Champions Super Bowl party Feb. 3 at 3 Lakes Golf Course in Penn Hills. (Where else?!?!) Doors open at 5:30, kickoff at 6:30. Fun, prizes and surprises, 50/50, and special guest, former Pittsburgh Steeler West Lyons. Wear your black and gold anyway. We ain’t done yet!•“Ultimate Force” karate and boxing showing coming at you real soon, saluting Master Jacquet Basemore, Rayco “War” Saunders and others. It’s going to be a-mazing!! More information soon.•Champions High School All-Star Basketball Classic, featuring Western Pa’s top seniors, back on track, Saturday the 6th. Seniors… it’s your time… get ready!•Get out and support your local high school basketball teams. Do it, do it now! High school basketball. It’s FAN-TAS-TIC!~ GAME OVER ~ BILL NEALlast_img read more