The Gardai in Nenagh are investigating two assaults in the town over the past week. In one incident on Kenyon Street on June 14, a 20-year-old local man had his jaw and hand broken, while that same night a man received minor injuries in an assault on Pearse Street.
The Gardai are following a definite of enquiry regarding the Pearse Street incident.
A man was arrested outside Nenagh Courthouse following an altercation in which a hurley was produced on June 12.
The Gardai have warned people to be careful where they park their car when attending funerals, Mass and visiting graves after a car was broken into at Birdhill on June 13 while the owner was at a funeral. On June 15 another car was broken into, again in Birdhill. Nothing was taken in either incident but criminal damage was caused to the cars.
The Gardai are following a definite line of enquiry after six cars were damaged in Hamilton Drive, Nenagh, on June 12 / 13.
With National Bike Week starting, the Gardai have appealed to cyclists to be well lit up at night and to be careful while cycling. A Garda spokesman said that cyclists should wear hi-vis jackets and these could be collected from Nenagh Garda station.
There were two arrests for public order on June 14, with one person being arrested at Cluain Mhuilleann and the other on Pearse Street.
A number of horses were impounded at Curreeny after they were found wandering on the road.