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Garda crime round-up

first_imgTwitter Print Mugged at knifepointA mugging at knifepoint was reported last Wednesday when a young man was confronted by two men at Castle Street at 7.50pm and demanded that he hand over his belongings. The two suspects escaped with a small amount of property. Two men in their early 20’s were arrested a short time later and a knife was recovered. One of them has been charged with robbery and is currently before the courts.Wallet takenHenry Street Gardai are investigating the theft of a wallet from a man as he walked home last Monday in the Castletroy area. Two men approached him as he walked through the Jewish Graveyard in Castletroy and took his wallet containing a small amount of cash as well as a prepaid phone, bank cards and other documents.Heating oil theftGardaí from Patrickswell are investigating the theft of home heating oil from a house in Elm Park, Clarina between 11pm on Thursday January 24 and 4am on Friday morning last when a 2005 Dublin registered Toyota Avensis car with barrels was seen close to the house during the night. Advertisement WhatsApp Gardaí target burglarsTWO men were arrested on Friday last as part of an operation to target burglary and car theft in the Limerick area. The two have been charged with various offences in the Ardnacrusha and Corbally areas last week and gardaí say the arrests are significant in the drive to prevent domestic burglaries in the Limerick area.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Facebook Email Linkedin NewsLocal NewsGarda crime round-upBy admin – January 30, 2013 517 Previous articleLimerick GAA round-upNext articleMother was forced to smuggle tablets into prison adminlast_img read more

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UPDATED: PBC Cases at 333, Broward 838; Delray, PB Issue Stay-at-Home

first_imgFlorida currently has 4,246 coronavirus cases with 56 deaths, according to the Health Department’s 11 a.m. Sunday update, which is the latest.Palm Beach County has 333 confirmed cases and six deaths, while Broward has 838 cases and 11 deaths.Miami-Dade has the most cases in the state, at 1,192, and three fatalities.Meanwhile, the City of Delray Beach and the Town of Palm Beach on Saturday became the county’s second and third municipalities to issue stay-at-home orders, joining Boca Raton, and the first to add curfews.COVID-19 UPDATE for 3/28/20: The Town of Palm Beach Chief of Police has issued Emergency Order No. 2020-01, urging residents of the Town to “Shelter in Place”. Residents and visitors may continue to engage in travel to and from critical retail and… https://t.co/RcC2iKb5P8— Town of Palm Beach (@townpalmbeach) March 28, 2020Delray Beach’s stay-at-home order, which takes effect Monday, includes a curfew restricting residents to their residences each night from midnight to 6 a.m. Palm Beach’s curfew extends from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.Delray Beach Issues Stay At Home Order, Overnight Curfew, effective Monday, March 30th at 12:01 a.m.PRESS RELEASE: https://t.co/MzgIJecCET pic.twitter.com/cHLgTtoyxH— City of Delray Beach (@citydelraybeach) March 28, 2020Stay with 850 WFTL on-air and online for the latest developments on the coronavirus.last_img read more

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Tipp football promotion bid goes down to the wire

first_imgTipp travel to Omagh to face Armagh in the final round of the League with the winner going up. They move ahead of the Premier and 2nd placed Armagh in the table to secure a place in the final and presumption after the 0-16 to 0-12 win in Semple Stadium.The Premier County looked good in the first half yesterdays but weren’t dominating on the scoreboard Manager Liam Kearns says it looked like his side tired after the break after failing to put the wee county away.last_img

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