A woman stands before a magistrate and is looking at 24-months’s imprisonment for having made false claims of sexual aggression. Her victim spent four night in police cells because of her accusations.
The Granada City Hall has just brought out a bylaw that effectively prohibits home owners from have more than three dogs or cats at home.
A judge has ordered the City Hall of Granada to hand over 5,744 euros in damages caused by its tow truck. Apparently, the vehicle was insufficiently secured and came free, crashing off the back of the vehicle.
Well, it’s not technically ‘bootlegging’ but why let the truth get in the way of a good headline, right? No, it’s about a man with a false leg who used it to smuggle bottles of spirits out of a shop. Damned cunning!
Three thieves who held up a small supermarket bit off more than they could chew when they were confronted by a barrage of thrown bottles.
A man was released from detention pending trial for 78 alleged car break-ins and in only two days carried out eight more.
The Provincial Public Prosecutor has recommended a 3-year prison sentence and a fine of 1,200 euros for two municipal policeman in Granada.
The Regional Supreme Court (TSJA) has found the City Hall of Granada guilty of failing to protect a local from decibel contamination. Put another way, the Council did not act against a pub that was making the neighbours’ lives unsupportable.
A woman in Zubia, Granada, was taken aback when four teenagers between 13 and 15 turned up one evening asking to be allowed to sleep in her house in exchange for doing chores.
A judge has just decided that the Mayor of Otura (just south of the provincial capital) is not guilty of making death threats against a refuge collector, during a rubbish-collection strike in October of last year.