THE owner of Donegal’s largest waste disposal company has lodged an appeal in the Circuit Court against a conviction handed down last October when he was found guilty of large-scale illegal dumping.
No conviction for Tyrone man who threw stool at Letterkenny bar maid
A TYRONE man who threw a stool over the counter at bar maid during a stag night in Letterkenny, escaped a criminal conviction at this week’s sitting of the District Court.
Further charges may be brought against Irish Army soldier
FURTHER charges may be brought against a member of the Defence Forces who is charged with being in possession of explosives.
Tyrone man charged in relation to massive Castlefinn drugs haul
A TYRONE man appeared at a special sitting of Letterkenny District Court yesterday evening charged in connection with a major drugs find in Castlefinn last week.
Fourth person charged in relation to Ballybofey cannabis factory
A JUDGE has refused a bail application by a Malaysian man who admitted “fixing” equipment used in a huge cannabis growing factory which was discovered above a Chinese restaurant in Ballybofey during the week. Ching Ann Low (32) appeared before Letterkenny District Court this morning (Friday) where he was charged in relation to the discovery […]
Three women due in court in relation to Ballybofey cannabis factory
THREE Malaysian women are due to appear before Letterkenny District Court this morning charged in connection with Tuesday evening’s discovery of a cannabis factory at a Chinese restaurant in Ballybofey. A man aged in his 30s also, also believed to be Asian, remains in Garda custody and can be detained for up to seven days. […]
Father feels court’s punishment for his son is “not enough”
THE father of a young County Down man charged with dangerous driving during the Donegal International Rally felt the court’s punishment was too lenient, so he took his sports car off him.
Waste collector found guilty of large-scale illegal dumping
THE owner of one of Donegal’s largest waste disposal companies has been convicted and fined €12,000 and given a six month suspended after being found guilty of large-scale illegal dumping
Employee tells court he was paid by his boss’ rival to set him up
A JUDGE has expressed “amazement” at claims by a Letterkenny man that a rival waste collection firm paid him €5,000 to use his boss Jim Ferry’s lorry to illegally dump rubbish.
Judge tells waste collector he has a case to answer over illegal dumping
A JUDGE has told one of Donegal’s largest refuse collectors that he has a case to answer in relation to charges of illegally dumping hundreds of tonnes of waste in a field he owns in front of his mother’s home near Falcarragh.