14 Arrested In Connection With St Patrick's Day 'Violent Incident'

Fourteen men have been arrested in connection with a "violent incident" in Mullingar on St Patrick's Day last year, Garda have reported.

The men, ranging in age from late teens to mid 40s, were arrested on Wednesday morning by officers investigating an incident in Dominick Street, Mullingar, on 17 March 2015.

The men are due to appear in Mullingar District Court today charged in relation to the incident.


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