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Man jailed for ten months after 3 year crime spree

first_imgA young Letterkenny man has been jailed for a total of ten months following a crime spree which lasted three years.Paddy Sweeney appeared at Letterkenny District Court charged with a litany of offences including assault, trespassing, theft and domestic violence. The 20-year-old is currently serving a four-year jail sentence for assaulting and robbing a former postmaster on St Patrick’s Day in 2016.Ed Margey was punched and repeatedly battered from behind by Sweeney at College Farm Road in Letterkenny.Sweeney only stopped attacking Mr Margey when he threw a €50 note on the ground and then fled.Sweeney was taken from Castlerea Prison where he pleaded guilty to all charges before him.Judge Paul Kelly said the two “headline charges” were that of attacking two people outside their holiday home in the seaside village of Downings on August 3rd last.Sweeney had been drinking with friends when he set upon the man and the woman in an unprovoked attack.Both suffered serious injuries with the man hospitalised for four days for treatment to a broken nose, broken cheekbone and broken bones in his mouth.The court also heard how Sweeney had been drinking with a friend at the Oasis Bar in Letterkenny on February 10th last year.The man left the bar to go shopping but Sweeney attacked him, bit him in the ear and the beat him unconscious before robbing him.He told Gardai he didn’t recall the incident because he had been drinking so much.Judge Paul Kelly was given outlining details of several other charges including numerous charges of robbery of alcohol from shops as well as domestic violence and breaching barring orders from his mother’s house.Solicitor Donough Cleary told the court that Sweeney’s drinking and behaviour was so bad that his mother and father had been forced to turn him away from the family home.However, they were in court to show support for their son.Another solicitor, Rory O’Brien, also represented Sweeney on a number of his charges.He added that his client was trying to address his alcohol issues in jail and had completed two courses, one on addiction studies.“His mother says she has seen a noticeable difference in him. He wants to do carpentry but he has destroyed his formative years through alcohol.“He also wants to apologise to the victims, particularly of the robbery,” said Mr O’Brien.Judge Paul Kelly sentenced Sweeney to a total of ten months in jail for the two serious assault charges and took the other charges into account.He also fined him a total of €300 for public order offences.Man jailed for ten months after 3 year crime spree was last modified: February 21st, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:assaultattackcourtGardailetterkennyPaddy Sweeneylast_img read more

December 22, 2019 0

Exploring Green House Core Values Real Home

first_imgby, Rachel Scher, The Green House ProjectTweetShareShareEmail0 Shares“I want to tell you a story about the beginning of The Green House model”…“Part of being home is being where you belong,” states Dr.Bill Thomas.  When he envisioned The Green House concept he wanted to create a home rather than a “home-like” environment. He wanted every Green House home to feel warm and inviting and be a place of safety and refuge. Most importantly, he wanted the individuals living and working there to create home together.Join Dr. Bill Thomas as he reflects on what it means to create Real Home, and how this value is foundational to The Green House model.  To radically transform long term care, Dr. Thomas had to manage the technical aspects, while bringing the “heart and soul” back into the paradigm.  It is an interesting question, “what is home?”, because it isn’t necessarily a building or an address, but rather a feeling, of safety, refuge, relationship.  Green House homes strive to fit into the culture of the surrounding community through intentional design that looks and feels like a real home.It has been 10 years since the first Green House project opened its doors, and we are marking this occasion by highlighting a different aspect of this model each month.  The first three themes are the foundation that ties all Green House homes together: Real Home, Meaningful Life and Empowered Staff.  Each aspect of The Green House model has power on its own, and the real beauty occurs when they all come together to create something new, something special… a synergy that impacts the lives of those who live and work there.Enjoy this video, on Real Home and stay tuned for Meaningful Life… Related PostsTweetShareShareEmail0 SharesTags: home Innovation THE GREEN HOUSE Projectlast_img read more

July 20, 2019 0