13 take home fines from Limerick court for no TV licences

Donal O'Regan

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Donal O'Regan

An unlucky thirteen men and women were fined a total of €2,950 between them at Kilmallock Court.

An unlucky thirteen men and women were fined a total of €2,950 between them at Kilmallock Court.

TV LICENCE inspectors were busy in County Limerick last May.

An unlucky thirteen men and women were fined a total of €2,950 between them at Kilmallock Court. First on the list was Marie Barrett, of Fairyfield, Kilmallock.

An inspector from An Post told the court he called to Ms Barrett’s address and found that she had a television but no licence. The loss was €160.

Judge Marie Keane fined Ms Barrett €250 and ordered she pay costs of €70.

Next up was Sean Bourke, of Millmount, Kilmallock. He was fined €250 with costs of €70.

Thrish Buckley, of Gardenfield, Bruee was fined €250 with costs of €70. Mary Buckley, of Vale View, Kilfinane was fined €250 and costs of €70.

Juay Feng, of Castlequarter Heights, Fedamore was fined €250 with costs of €70. Simon Meade, of Radharc Cillin, Kilfinane was fined €250 with costs of €70.

Vincent O’Brien, of Radharc Cillin, Kilfinane was different in that he had purchased a TV licence after the inspector’s visit.

He was fined €150 with no costs.

Tracey O’Brien, of Castlequarter Heights, Fedamore was fined €250 with costs of €70.

Philip Fitzpatrick, of Mountain View, Kilfinane was fined €250 and costs of €70.

Rachel Houlihan, of Glenfield, Kilmallock was fined €250 with costs of €70.

Elaine Walsh, of Ashill Manor, Kilmallock was fined €250 with costs of €70.

The An Post inspector said that Vincent Kelly, of St Munchin’s Terrace, Bruree had subsequently bought a TV licence.

He was fined €150 with no costs.

Sarah Liddy, Railways Mews, Bruree had bought a TV licence the day before the court sitting. She was fined €150 with costs of €70.