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.