€6000 fine for Cranberries singer over air rage incident

first_imgWhatsApp Twitter TAGSfeatured Previous article#GE16 O Dea denies urging voters to give Jan second preference votesNext articleHomeless thief robbed wheelchair user Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Advertisement Email Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Dolores O’RioranDolores O’RiordanCRANBERRIES lead singer Dolores O’Riordan has been ordered to pay €6,000 to the court poor box within one week after a judge said that it would be unfair and unjust to leave her with a criminal conviction over an air rage incident on a flight from New York to Shannon over a year ago.Ms O’Riordan (44) with an address at Friarstown, Kilmallock had admitted three counts of assault and another charge relating to the obstruction a garda at Shannon Airport on November 10, 2014.Evidence had been heard in the case that the Limerick singer became unruly during the New York to Shannon flight.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Upon arrival, Ms O’Riordan assaulted two members of the airport police before she headbutted and spat at a garda who she falsely claimed had sexually assaulted her.She was arrested and later found singing in the custody cells proclaiming that she was the “Queen of Limerick”.In medical evidence presented to the court, Dolores O’Riordan was described as being in a hypomanic state at the time of the incident and could no be held responsible for her actions.In his ruling, Judge Patrick Durcan said that he was satisfied that Ms O’Riordan was suffering from a mental illness and thus inhibited her judgement.Ms O’Riordan was ordered to pay €6,000 into the court poor box within the week. Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended NewsBreaking news€6000 fine for Cranberries singer over air rage incidentBy Staff Reporter – February 24, 2016 1708 center_img Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook No vaccines in Limerick yet Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL First Irish death from Coronavirus Linkedinlast_img read more

INDOT launching “Paint The Plow” challenge

first_imgSEYMOUR, Ind. — The Indiana Department of Transportation is launching a program for high school art students in its Southeast District designed to inspire creativity and promote safe driving during wintertime weather events.Paint The Plow challenges student artists to conceive and execute graphic treatments reflecting school spirit—or artwork calling attention to INDOT snow operations.INDOT will provide the thousand-pound snow plow blades.Student artists will create masterpieces painted on 12’ X 4’ pre-primed metal.The plow blades will be on exhibit at community events this summer and fall, then put into use on snow routes near participating schools next winter.Paint The Plow is open to all high schools within INDOT Southeast District boundaries, including schools in Ripley, Franklin, Decatur, and Dearborn Counties.last_img read more