Nine due in court following incident of violent disorder in Longford town

Nine due in court following incident of violent disorder in Longford town

Nine people are due to appear before Longford District Court this morning following an incident of violent disorder in Longford town yesterday.

The individuals were arrested by Gardaí in Longford arising from public order incidents on the Main Street of Longford, which occurred at approximately 9.40am on Monday morning.

Nine people were charged in relation to a number of public order incidents and have appeared before Longford District Court at 10.30am today.

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