Guilty­pleato­fuel thefts

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The Argus - - NEWS -

Guilty pleas have been en­tered by a 29-yearold man charged with a num­ber of fuel thefts from petrol sta­tions.

Colin Quin­li­vam, 5 Race­field Court, Newry Road, Dun­dalk, was charged with fuel theft from Ap­ple­green, Castle­belling­ham on April 24 and 27 last year, to­talling €137 and theft of €82 worth of fuel from Topaz, Dublin Road on June 13. The case was ad­journed to Fe­bru­ary 15 for sen­tenc­ing.

Two men ac­cused of hav­ing an axes, knives and a screw­driver at an ad­dress in Col­lon have been or­dered to stay away from it as part of their bail con­di­tions.

David Ward, (26), Clif­den House, Ravel, Dun­leer and 32-year-old Martin Ward, Hell Road, Derry, Lis­towel, Co Kerry, are ac­cused of pos­ses­sion of three knives, a screw­driver and an axe at Ardee Road, Col­lon on Jan­uary 18. Ev­i­dence of the men’s ar­rest was pre­sented to the judge and Gar­dai said there was no ob­jec­tion to bail on con­di­tion that the men sign on twice a week at their lo­cal Garda sta­tion, re­main sober and stay away from Ardee Road, Col­lon.

The men were re­leased on their own bail of €500 each and are to ap­pear again at Drogheda Dis­trict Court on Fe­bru­ary 3.

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