Teenagers due to appear before the Children’s Court in Cork today did not have to turn up to face the cases which were all adjourned.
The teenager charged with murdering Cameron Blair on Bandon Road in Cork appeared at the children’s court in Cork again where it emerged that Gardaí were ready to send a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions.
A 14-year-old boy kicked and pushed his mother outside the juvenile court at Cork District Court moments before his case was called — yesterday the judge warned him he was on his last chance.
A teenager involved in a crime spree in the Blackrock area of Cork City appeared at Cork District Court yesterday, where he pleaded guilty to a number of charges.
The judge in the juvenile court of Cork District Court yesterday refused jurisdiction to deal with the case against a teenager accused of dangerous driving causing serious bodily harm to a two-year-old boy last March.
A Ballineen man has been jailed for two-and-a-half years today for an assault where the victim had his jaw broken in an attack by two men on Christmas Eve 2016 in Clonakilty.
A 57-year-old man who put his hand on the leg of a 19-year-old woman sitting beside him on a bus in Cork city has been found guilty of sexual assault, despite his claim it was merely an empathetic tap to say “be happy”.
A Lithuanian man travelled to Cork on the promise of work but fell in with bad company and was caught with 10 deals of heroin on the Fever Hospital steps in Blackpool.
A man with serious addiction problems was jailed for six months yesterday for stealing drink from behind the counters of bars and at shops around Cork.
A 29-year-old man was arrested yesterday and charged with sexually assaulting a woman three times on one night at a nightclub in Cork City.
Blood was smeared on the walls and door of a garda station cell by a man arrested for a violent outburst at Cork University Hospital.
A couple on a night out at Slice of Heaven were approached by an aggressive teenager who punched the young man and bit his ear necessitating four stitches and plastic surgery.
The pilot of a Ryanair flight from Tenerife to Cork made contingency plans to divert to Portugal because of the aggression from a Cork man and woman who insisted on having their paninis heated by cabin staff.
Armed gardaí dealt with a violent row where one man was seen carrying a hatchet and a crowbar but the accused man claimed he only had the items after he tidied up the scene because children were in the area.
A delivery van driver made an impromptu decision to pick up 18 bottles of spirits for himself from a cage in a loading bay — and yesterday he was sentenced to four months for theft.
A garda was threatened that he would get a bullet in the head when he was dealing with a man causing a disturbance in Cork City.
A Ryanair passenger accused of stealing two paninis on a flight had the case against him put back for a fortnight yesterday for service of a book of evidence.
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A drink driver engaged in horrible and insulting behaviour to gardaí, it was claimed yesterday, but he said they treated him abominably and carried him into a garda station “like a splayed frog”.
“God be with the days when people had manners around the town,” a solicitor declared yesterday in defence of a man involved in a fracas outside Abrakebabra on St Patrick St in Cork.
A Ryanair passenger accused of stealing two paninis on a flight decided that he wanted to have his case — related to €10 worth of food — dealt with by a judge and jury at Cork Circuit Criminal Court.
A couple who were homeless broke into a house in the hope of finding a place to stay and yesterday they were both jailed for four months.
A couple who were homeless adn who claimed they broke into a house in the hope of finding someplace to stay were both jailed for four months yesterday.
A man walking through Cork city with a bolt cutter down his tracksuit pants and tied from a cord around his neck claimed it was a measure he took to relieve pain from a dislocated shoulder.
RTÉ sports journalist Pat McAuliffe claimed at Cork District Court yesterday that he was arrested for no reason when having a pint with his friend and said no one who knew him would believe what was said against him.
A bad foot infection was blamed by a motorist for why he was drink-driving, despite multiple convictions for drink driving, having no insurance, and a 10-year driving ban.
A teenage busker was approached by a man in Cork city centre in the middle of the day and asked for a kiss by the man who then stole all of the money the busker had earned.
A 15-year-old boy spent 10 days in detention for failing to keep his bail conditions in cases where he drove a motorbike at a Garda car and kicked wing mirrors off three other cars.
A book of evidence was served today on a 17-year-old charged with sale or supply of the psychoactive drug U47700 arising out of the investigation of the death of a teenager in Cork in January.
A prisoner remanded in jail on burglary charges renewed his application to be released on bail on compassionate grounds to attend his sister’s funeral yesterday.
A 44-year-old man accused of murdering a mother of three was anxious there would be no unnecessary delay in the case, his lawyer said.
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The victim of a robbery attempt by a man he met via the fabguys.com gay dating website spoke up for his attacker and said he did not want to see him jailed.
A garda had to be taken to hospital after a drink-driver rammed a Garda car in a head-on collision during his attempts to flee the scene.
The home of a Polish man in Cork was subjected to a sustained attack by a gang of men who threw stones at the property, causing €4,000 worth of damage.
A woman who admitted setting fire to two cars in Cork in March last year was put on probation bond for 12 months yesterday.
A Corkman was extradited from the UK this week and charged with dangerous driving causing the death, almost four years ago, of a young French man working for Apple.
A 69-year-old woman had a flower pot knocked over on top of her leg by a younger neighbour who was having a noisy party next door, it was alleged yesterday at Cork District Court.
A blind woman accused of shouting expletives as children played nearby denied the charge and said that it was a member of An Garda Síochána who used foul language to her.
A burglar who targeted a retirement home for Presentation Brothers has indicated, through his solicitor, that he would be pleading guilty to the crime.
A man with an online gambling addiction sought to cover debts by shortchanging his employer while working in the bar of one of the country’s best-known hotels.
A man accused of fracturing a woman’s cheekbone has been remanded in custody.
A solicitor singled out, for special praise, a young woman from the Roma community for her intelligence, but a judge remarked the lawyer could have a class action for defamation on his hands.
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