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Man accused of midlands crime spree unable to attend court as he’s …

He replied “I am so sorry” when charged with robbery of the Emo filling station Portlaoise Road, Mountrath during which €930 was taken in early hours of August 19 last.

He also had another charge for unlawful seizure, “by threat of force”, of a ‘08-reg VW Caddy at nearby Derrykearn, Abbeyleix, minutes later.

Read more at: http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/man-accused-of-midlands-crime-spree-unable-to-attend-court-as-hes-been-hospitalised-court-told-36081003.html

Accused ‘so sorry’ over midlands crime spree, court told …

Mr Moore, from Market Mews, Marlborough Village, Abbeyleix, Co Laois, is charged with threatening to kill a woman and unlawfully taking her car at that address on August 18.

He is charged with then robbing a man of €930 at the Emo Filling Station, Portlaoise Road, Mountrath, and unlawfully seizing a Volkswagen Caddy by threat of force at Derrykearn, both on August 19.

Read more at: http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/accused-so-sorry-over-midlands-crime-spree-court-told-36067618.html

Accused ‘so sorry’ over midlands crime spree, court told

Mr Moore, from Market Mews, Marlborough Village, Abbeyleix, Co Laois, is charged with threatening to kill a woman and unlawfully taking her car at that address on August 18.

He is charged with then robbing a man of €930 at the Emo Filling Station, Portlaoise Road, Mountrath, and unlawfully seizing a Volkswagen Caddy by threat of force at Derrykearn, both on August 19.

Read more at: http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/accused-so-sorry-over-midlands-crime-spree-court-told-36067618.html

Man charged over crime spree makes string of apologies in court

Joseph Moore, with an address at Market Mews, Marlborough Village, Co. Laois was hospitalised for days after a series of incidents on Friday and Saturday last week but was charged on Wednesday night.

He appeared before Judge Grainne Malone at Dublin District Court on Thursday.

Garda Keith Shier of Portlaoise station told Judge Malone he charged the accused with four offences. The man replied: “I am so sorry” when charged with threat to kill or cause serious harm to a named woman at his home address on Aug. 18. The charge is contrary to Section Five of the Non-Fatal Offences Against the Person Act.

He made no reply when charged stealing the woman’s car on the same time.

He answered “I am so sorry” when charged with robbery of the Emo filling station Portlaoise Road, Mountrath during which €930 was taken in early hours of Saturday.

He also had another charge for unlawful seizure, “by

Read more at: https://www.sundayworld.com/news/courts/man-charged-over-crime-spree-makes-string-of-apologies-in-court

Kambah man to face court over alleged Gungahlin crime spree

A 38-year-old Kambah man will face court on Wednesday over a string of Gungahlin burglaries.

ACT Policing were investigating a series of burglaries between June and August when they raided two Kambah properties and found a number of stolen items.

The alleged offender hadn’t even had time to sell stolen goods from his most recent robbery on August 14 when police struck.

The offender was charged with four counts of burglary, three counts of minor theft and six counts of obtain property by deception.

Read more at: http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-news/kambah-man-to-face-court-over-alleged-gungahlin-crime-spree-20170815-gxx4is.html

16 year old walks free from court after five-week crime spree

A 16-year-old walked free from court after assaulting five people, obstructing a police officer and racially abusing another in a five-week crime spree.

The teenager, who also committed four charges of criminal damage between June 6 and July 13, was not sent into custody when he appeared in court.

Magistrates sitting in the Youth Court in Leicester told the youngster, who cannot be named or legal reasons, that the list of offences was enough to put him away.

Graham Read, chairman of the bench, said: “This is very serious.

“People are getting hurt when you are throwing your fists around.

“These matters have crossed the custody threshold but we hope you will work with the Youth Offending Team and move forward.”

Leicester Youth Court

Leicester Youth Court

The teenager, who was living in a care home in Leicestershire, pleaded guilty

Read more at: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/16-year-old-walks-free-260956

16 year old walks free from court after five-week crime spree …

A 16-year-old walked free from court after assaulting five people, obstructing a police officer and racially abusing another in a five-week crime spree.

The teenager, who also committed four charges of criminal damage between June 6 and July 13, was not sent into custody when he appeared in court.

Magistrates sitting in the Youth Court in Leicester told the youngster, who cannot be named or legal reasons, that the list of offences was enough to put him away.

Graham Read, chairman of the bench, said: “This is very serious.

“People are getting hurt when you are throwing your fists around.

“These matters have crossed the custody threshold but we hope you will work with the Youth Offending Team and move forward.”

Leicester Youth Court

Leicester Youth Court

The teenager, who was living in a care home in Leicestershire, pleaded guilty

Read more at: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/16-year-old-walks-free-260956

Shawn Adam Newton: Murder accused was on crime spree, court …

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July 26, 2017 15:20:12

Rebecca Gascoigne standing in a strappy black and white top.
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Rebecca Gascoigne’s body was found in a car on Perth’s Mitchell Freeway. (Supplied: WA Police)

A man accused of killing a Perth mother, whose body was found in a car on the Mitchell Freeway, embarked on a string of crimes both before and after the alleged murder, a court hears.

Shawn Adam Newton, 42, appeared in Perth Magistrates Court today charged with the murder of Rebecca Gascoigne, 35, whose body

Read more at: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-07-26/freeway-murder-shawn-adam-newton-rebecca-gascoigne-court/8743932