first_imgA man who has been caught drink-driving for the SIXTH time in less than a year has been ordered to hand over the keys of his car to Gardai.Martin Cassidy appeared before Letterkenny District Court today. Garda Michael McHugh told the court that he arrested Cassidy at Railway Road, Buncrana on suspicion of drink driving today.Garda McHugh said he was objecting to bail as this was the sixth occasion that Cassidy had been arrested on alleged drink-driving since February last year.The accused is due to appear at Buncrana District Court to face the previous five alleged drink-driving charges on February 8th next.Inspector Sean Grant said the objection to bail was unusual but it was due to the litany of alleged offences.“If released on bail, there is a fear that he will commit further offences,” he said.Judge Paul Kelly asked whose car he was driving and he was told by Gardai that it was his own car.Solicitor Frank Dorrian said he would seek to surrender the keys of his client’s car to Gardai.Mr Cassidy, of Trillick, Buncrana, agreed and handed over the keys to his car to Gardai.Judge Kelly warned Mr Cassidy that if he was caught driving any vehicle between now and February 8th, that his bail would be revoked and that he would be remanded in custody.Man surrenders keys to Gardai after SIXTH alleged drink-driving case in a year was last modified: January 30th, 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:buncranacourtdonegaldrink drivingGardaiMartin Cassidylast_img read more

first_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The Arizona Cardinals have made some history, hiring Jen Welter as a training camp/preseason intern who will help coach inside linebackers.Welter, who played 14 seasons of pro football mostly in the Women’s Football Alliance, is believed to be the first woman to hold any kind of coaching role in the NFL. She will do so in Arizona as part of an internship program.AZCardinals.com’s Darren Urban has plenty of detail, including some thoughts from Cardinals coach Bruce Arians. Arians also said he does not believe Welter will be a distraction in any way and hopes that this hire will help open the door for other women to find their way into the NFL coaching ranks.Along with Welter, the Cardinals also announced the addition of former NFL linebacker Levon Kirkland to their coaching staff. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelocenter_img Comments   Share   Top Stories For Arians, the hire just made sense.“She came for an OTA and I met her, and I thought she was the type of person that could handle this in a very positive way for women and open that door,” Arians said. “Coaching is nothing more than teaching,” Arians said Monday. “One thing I have learned from players is, ‘How are you going to make me better? If you can make me better, I don’t care if you’re the Green Hornet, man, I’ll listen.’ I really believe she’ll have a great opportunity with this internship through training camp to open some doors for her.”Welter, 37, holds a master’s degree in sport psychology and a PhD in pyschology. She played running back and on special teams for the Texas Revolution in 2014, making her the first female to play a non-kicking position in a men’s pro football league. She also won a pair of gold medals playing for Team USA in the International Federation of American Football Women’s World Championship in 2010 and 2013. I’m honored to be part of the #BIRDGANG! Love the #footballfamily here with the #ArizonaCardinals #NFL… http://t.co/vPdmyKH2hi— Dr. Jen Welter (@jwelter47) July 28, 2015last_img read more