Man charged with Collins murder

first_imgPrint Linkedin Previous articleContact services company discontinues Shannon ventureNext article‘Terrified’ residents take case to Brussels admin Email NewsLocal NewsMan charged with Collins murderBy admin – April 17, 2009 690 WhatsAppcenter_img A 23-year-old man has appeared before Limerick District Court this Thursday charged with the murder of Roy Collins.The father-of-two was gunned down in a gaming arcade at the Roxboro Shopping Centre just one week ago.Detective Garda Paul Madden of Roxboro Garda Station gave evidence of charging James Dillon of no fixed abode with the murder of Roy Collins on April 9.The court heard that Mr Dillon had made no reply when formally charged with the murder yesterday.Judge Tom O’Donnell said that due to the seriousness of the charge the question of bail was a matter for the High Court.The accused was remanded in custody to appear again before the court on April 22. Advertisement Twitter Facebooklast_img read more

Molly Martens has jail term increased

first_img TAGSCrimeMolly martensNews NewsCrime & CourtMolly Martens has jail term increasedBy Staff Reporter – August 22, 2018 4759 Email Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat Twitter Molly Martens has a release date of August 2037MOLLY Martens, the woman convicted of killing Limerick man Jason Corbett in 2015, has had an extra four years added to her sentence for repeatedly breaching prison rules.Along with her father, retired FBI agent Tom Martens, Molly was convicted of the second-degree murder of the Janesboro man and sentenced to between 20 and 25 years for brutally beating the father of two as he slept in his bed.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Since her incarceration, Molly has fallen foul of prison rules on a number of occasions but avoided any increase in her sentence up until now.The former au pair and Tennessee woman now has a release date of April 2041 according to the North Carolina Department of Correction.The pair beat Mr Corbett over the head with a baseball bat that was a present for his son and a paving slab as he lay in bed. Traces of a sedative, prescribed to Molly, was found in Mr Corbett’s system at post-mortem.US prosecutors claimed that that the father and daughter feigned emergency CPR on Mr Corbett during a 999 call they made.The pair denied the charges and have lodged appeals before the North Carolina Court of Appeals which are expected to be heard later this autumn.Jason’s two children, Jack and Sarah, were at the centre of a custody battle between Molly Marten’s and Jason’s sister Tracey Corbett Lynch. The children now reside in Limerick with the Lynch family. Facebook Limerick on Covid watch list RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow center_img Previous article18.9 million Euro plan for St CamillusNext articleBest in Munster prize for Dolans Pub Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin Print Vicky calls for right to die with dignity WhatsApp Population of Mid West region increased by more than 3,000 in past year Advertisement Unstoppable Sean shows that all things are possiblelast_img read more