Andrew Hehir Returns to Prison After Violating Ticket-of-Leave Conditions

Andrew Hehir, who was released from prison on 2nd instant, found himself in more trouble after failing to adhere to the conditions of his ticket-of-leave, which required police supervision until 30th November, 1901. He left Ennis and enlisted in Limerick before being sent to Train, where he was arrested for not reporting himself. Subsequently, he was ordered to return to Mount joy Prison. Beginning his lawbreaking career in 1884, Hehir gained a reputation for evading the police in Limerick and Clare before finally being apprehended.

Northamptonshire Evening Telegraph – Tuesday 26 March 1901

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