Copper collector hid behind couch

first_imgFacebook Advertisement Previous articleHolidaymakers beware of jewellery scamsNext articleLimerick to have own designated ‘graffiti’ street admin Linkedin Email Printcenter_img A MAN who said that he had been given permission to remove copper piping from a house due for demolition, hid behind a couch when gardai came on the scene, a court heard.Jonathan Curtin(21) of 13 Yeats Avenue, admitted he was removing copper piping form a house at Mountain View in O’Malley Park on January 30 last.The court heard from Inspector Paul Reidy that gardai arrived at the house to find a “large bolt cutters at the front door. Mr Curtin was hiding behind a couch”.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The Limerick District Court heard that Mr Curtin had 108 previous convictions, all for road traffic offences.Mr Curtin’s solicitor, John Devane, said that his client had been “working on an ad-hoc basis for the firm responsible for demolishing these houses under the Regeneration project. He had asked the builders if he could take the copper and was told he could”.Mr Devane said that Mr Curtin “was constantly getting into trouble. as a young person. with driving offences.“He has been out of trouble for some time now”.Judge Eugene O’Kelly asked why Mr Curtin was hiding behind the couch if he believed he had permission to take the copper?“Panic” Mr Devane said.Judge O’Kelly remanded him on bail for a probation report to November 8. WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsCopper collector hid behind couchBy admin – July 10, 2012 961 Twitterlast_img read more

Broome County Health Department issues 2 new alerts

first_imgContact your healthcare provider if you develop symptoms. They ask if you were at that location on Sept. 25 from 5 to 9:30 p.m. to self-quarantine until Oct. 10. They ask if you were at that facility on Sept. 29 from 4 to 6 p.m., to self-quarantine until Oct. 14. The department says they learned a person who was at American Family Fitness, located at 1806 Vestal Pkwy East on Sept. 29 tested positive for the coronavirus. Officials ask you to maintain social distance, wash your hands and wear facial coverings to avoid spreading the virus.center_img (WBNG) — The Broome County Health Department issued public health statements on Wednesday for American Family Fitness and Barnaby’s Pub. The health department also says an individual who was at Barnaby’s Pub, located at 2101 E. Main St in Endwell on Sept. 25 has tested positive for the coronavirus. Broome County has 540 active cases, which is 82 more than Tuesday’s number. There is one more hospitalization, bringing that number to 13, and one more death, bringing that number to 83. last_img read more

Mandela set to undergo surgery in France

first_imgThe defender was taken to a Paris hospital on the same day where scans were conducted on his injured knee, which had just recuperated from another surgery.He went for further tests on Friday where the bad news was delivered.Harambee Stars defender Brian Mandela lays on the ground after picking up an injury during the team’s training session at the National Rugby Centre in Paris, France, on June 10, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy Olobulu“It is tough for me because this is the third time this same knee is operated on. It is part of football, as much as it is painful to miss this much of action, we have to face the situation. I know I will be back stronger after this,” Mandela stated.Mandela will have one of the Harambee Stars physios stay with him through the surgery with the Federation set to take care of all the expenses arising from it.“I feel sad to miss the Cup of Nations because it was my dream to be here. But I trust in the players and the team and I know they will do well for the team. I will be there supporting them throughout my recovery,” stated the defender.0Shares0000(Visited 4 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Harambee Stars defender Brian Mandela lays on the treatment table at the team’s medical room in Paris alongside team osteopath Ludo Breuil and team doctor Wycliffe Makanga on June 14, 2019. PHOTO/Timothy OlobuluPARIS, France, June 14 – Harambee Stars defender Brian Mandela is set to undergo surgery in Paris, France next week after further scans on his injured knee on Friday afternoon revealed a damaged meniscus, and faces up to 12 weeks on the sideline.Mandela groaned off the pitch during Monday morning’s session after landing awkwardly as he tried to make a clearance and was consequently ruled out of the African Cup of Nations.last_img read more