Natasha death accused case is adjourned

THE case against a man accused of unlawfully killing Natasha Carruthers and causing grevious bodily injury to two others has been adjourned for a week.  Padraig Toher (28) of Port, Bawnboy, Ballyconnell in Cavan appeared at Enniskillen Magistrates Court via video link from Maghaberry accused of ten charges relating to a fatal collision on the […]

Man accused over £61,000 ATM robbery denied bail

  A MAN accused of being part of a gang who stole more than £61,000 from a cash machine near Enniskillen has had his bail application rejected.  On August 2nd it was reported to police that the Cash ATM at Trory Filling Station had been broken into during the night, and £61,340 had been stolen.  […]

‘Disastrous’ Lisnaskea driver is back in court

A LISNASKEA man with a ‘disastrous record’ has been sentenced for committing numerous driving offences.  Nathan Phair (22) of Castlebalfour Park Lisnaskea appeared at Enniskillen Magistrates court on Monday facing charges of theft of vehicle, dangerous driving, driving when unfit through Drink/Drugs, possessing Class B Controlled Drug, no driving licence and using a motor vehicle […]

Judge commends efforts of drug user who stole alcohol

A LISNASKEA man stole drink to sell on to fund his drug habit, a local court has heard.    Matthew Slate (40) of Carrowshee Park, Lisnaskea was at Enniskillen Magistrates Court on Wednesday for sentencing on three separate charges of theft, which he had previously pleaded guilty to.    The first charge dated to January […]

Woman who stole £600 of drink ‘was visiting sick mothe

  A WOMAN who filled her trolley with over £600 worth of groceries in Enniskillen’s Asda store before walking out the door without paying has been jailed.   Geraldine Kilcullen (43) of Enniscrone in Sligo appeared by video link at Strabane Magistrates Court on Thursday.   The court was told that Kilcullen and two men […]

Mother accused of harassing school principal

A MOTHER who was accused of harassing an Enniskillen primary principal wrote a letter to a local politician expressing her objection to American President Barack Obama visiting the school “because she was the head teacher”.

Woman made 84 nuisance calls in one day

AN ENNISKILLEN woman, who admitted making 84 nuisance calls to another woman in one day, has been given a conditional discharge for two years, at the Magistrates Court. Teresa McCaffrey of  Hillview Road, Enniskillen pleaded guilty to charges of harassment of Amy Rose Lee in periods on a date unknown in March and November 17 […]