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Grandmother left bruised and grazed when dragged along the footpath

first_imgPrint NewsLocal NewsGrandmother left bruised and grazed when dragged along the footpathBy admin – August 3, 2011 490 Linkedin A 30-year-old man who dragged a grandmother along the ground in attempting to steal her handbag, was jailed for three years at Limerick Circuit Court. John Coleman, with an address at St John’s Square, pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery of the woman’s handbag as he grabbed the strap after taking her eight-year-old granddaughter’s bag off the ground. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The incident, on June 19, 2010, happened as the woman in her 60s sat on the wall at St John’s Hospital. Coleman, the court was told, approached and took the child’s bag and then grabbed the grandmother’s, but she refused to leave go and held on to it as she was dragged along the ground. The woman suffered bruises and grazing to her left arm, shoulder and face. A passer-by intervened and grabbed hold of the bag, before Coleman fled to an apartment block in St John’s Square. During the incident, the accused dropped a set of keys into the bag and when gardai arrived, they tried the keys in the door to Coleman’s apartment, and he subsequently invited them in and made full admissions. Coleman, referred to as well known to gardai, was very apologetic for frightening the woman. Judge Carroll Moran convicted and sentenced him to four years in prison, and suspended the final year. Email Twittercenter_img Advertisement Facebook Previous articleEmployees stole €3,000 from employer and set up rival businessNext articleBuses take technology route admin WhatsApplast_img read more

Police to examine gameday arrest

first_imgSt. Joseph County Police will conduct an internal investigation into the circumstances surrounding the arrest of a Notre Dame student at an on-campus tailgate Saturday, according to a St. Joseph County Police press release issued Monday. St. Joseph County Police Sgt. Randy Kaps, a 19-year veteran of the department, arrested a 21-year-old male student for public intoxication at approximately 2 p.m. Saturday, the release stated. The release referenced a third-party video of the arrest, which a Notre Dame student posted on YouTube Saturday night. The video received more than 10,000 views before it was made private Monday afternoon. “Our department was made aware of the YouTube video early [Monday] morning depicting the arrest,” the press release stated. “Our administration has viewed the video. At this time, we are gathering further information relating to the circumstances leading to the arrest of the suspect in the video.” The release also stated the investigation would look at other evidence and accounts of the arrest. “The information to be considered includes police reports from other police officers at the scene, as well as other video obtained of the incident which may have been captured by security cameras on campus,” the release said. After the student’s arrest, police transported the student to the holding facility at Notre Dame Stadium before booking him into St. Joseph County Jail. He was released from jail on $150 bond and is scheduled to appear in court Dec. 2. In a statement Monday, University spokesman Dennis Brown praised past cooperation between Notre Dame Security Police and St. Joseph County Police on football weekends. “The University, local law enforcement agencies and our fans have worked in a spirit of cooperation the past two years to create an environment on football weekends, that, by all accounts has been overwhelmingly positive,” Brown said. Brown said the University is aware of St. Joseph County Police’s investigation of the arrest Saturday. “We know that the incident that occurred Saturday is under review by the St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Department in order to fully understand all of the circumstances surrounding the confrontation,” Brown said. “University leaders will closely monitor the conclusions of that review, but believe that the positive momentum of the last two seasons will not be derailed by a single incident.” Notre Dame Security Police declined to comment Monday about this and other gameday arrests.last_img read more

Hospital ship remains empty as New York battles COVID-19

first_imgA military hospital ship which arrived in New York City on Monday is fighting to stay in a coronavirus-free “bubble” so as not to risk bringing the disease on board, its medical officer said.The 1,000-bed USNS Comfort, previously deployed to conflict and natural disaster zones, was sent to Manhattan to ease the strain on health centers in the city at the epicenter of America’s outbreak by caring for patients other than those diagnosed with the virus. By Friday it had received 21 patients, according to the ship’s press officer Lieutenant Commander Amelia Umayam.  “We consider the USNS Comfort to be in a bubble,” said medical officer Captain Patrick Amersbach as he explained the procedures followed by the ship’s crew to shield it from the virus, including not disembarking for as long as it is docked.Patients are arriving directly from New York hospitals and will be screened in advance to make sure they are free of the coronavirus. For the time being, even relatives of patients are not allowed to board the ship — though Amersbach said a protocol for loved ones to visit was being put in place “because nobody wants to be without their family members.”If a worker needs to board the ship to perform installations or repairs, they must be examined, wash their hands in front of a witness, and put on a mask before being escorted to the precise location on the ship where they will work. Once finished, they will be escorted directly off again.New York City has had more than 57,000 positive coronavirus cases since the arrival of the pandemic and 1,867 deaths. The nearby Javits Center, which has been converted into a field hospital by the US military and was not originally intended to house coronavirus patients, will now do so.But there are no plans for the USNS Comfort to make such a move. “We’re going to try and stay in that bubble,” said Amersbach.Topics :last_img read more