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Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby admin » 06 Jul 2012, 18:42

GARDAI found €6,200 in cash and a laptop when they raided a brothel in Newcastle West, the local court has heard. Aulicete Walsh, 49, of Denesford Drive, Lougrea, Co Galway pleaded guilty to knowingly permitting a premises to be used as a brothel for the purpose of habitual prostitution.

Insp Eamon O’Neill said Det Garda Jeremiah O’Sullivan received information that there was a brothel operating at an apartment in Nashs Flats, Maiden Street, Newcastle West. “Escorts were operating out of the brothel,” said Insp O’Neill. It has been shut down. He told the court that on May 9, 2011 gardai secured a warrant and searched the apartment. “The defendant was the leaseholder. Items were seized, €6,200 in cash, a laptop and mobile phone. She made full admissions,” said Insp O’Neill.

Representing Walsh, Laura Casey said her client is Brazilian and is married to an Irishman. “Another girl was involved with her. My client co-operated fully with gardai and has no previous convictions,” said Ms Casey. Walsh came to Ireland seven years ago, said the solicitor. “She worked occasionally as a cleaner and in restaurants. Her mother is quite unwell. She has a heart condition that requires surgery. The money was being sent back to Brazil,” said Ms Casey.

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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby triple h » 13 Jan 2017, 19:01

Woman pleads guilty to keeping brothels

A Brazilian-born “madam” drove away from court in a 161 L-registered €25,000 crossover 4x4 after pleading guilty to brothel keeping in Ennis and Limerick.

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Aulicete Walsh outside Ennis Court yesterday where she was remanded on bail for sentencing in February.


Aulicete Walsh, aged 53, of Breskabeg, Clarina, Co Limerick, appeared at Ennis District Court where she pleaded guilty to brothel keeping in Ennis and Limerick on two separate dates last year.

Ms Walsh’s operation was busted by Ennis gardaí in May last year.

Ms Walsh’s husband is Irish and she has family here.

Ms Walsh’s Ennis-based enterprise was stopped after two local detectives, Det Garda Stephen Hession and Det Garda Frank Browne, carried out a surveillance operation of 18 Bank Square off Ennis’s Bindon St in May of last where they suspected a brothel to be in operation.

Later in May, another brothel was searched by gardaí at 6 Crosley House, Dock Rd, Limerick.

In the case, Ms Walsh has pleaded guilty to two charges where she has admitted to being the tenant, lessee, occupier or person in charge of premises and knowingly permitted the premises to be used as a brothel for the purpose of habitual prostitution.

The charges arise from brothel keeping at 18 Bank Square, Bindon Lane, Ennis, on May 19, 2016, and 6 Crosley House, Dock Rd, Limerick City, on May 27, 2016.

Both offences are contrary to Section 11 of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 1993.

Those convicted of brothel keeping in the district court face a fine not exceeding €1,000 or jail up to six months.

Mrs Walsh also pleaded guilty to using a false instrument — a Portuguese driver’s license — which she knew or believed to be false in May 2016.

Last November after hearing an outline of the facts, Judge Patrick Durcan accepted jurisdiction and remanded the accused on bail.

At that time, Ms Walsh was allowed to return to Brazil while on bail. Gardaí had no objections as Det Hession told the court he was satisfied Ms Walsh would return to the jurisdiction as she has family here .

At her first date in court, gardaí objected to legal aid being granted for Ms Walsh and there was no application for legal aid in court on her second day.

However, Ms Walsh’s solicitor, Daragh Hassett did apply for a Portuguese interpreter for the sentencing hearing.

In reply, Judge Durcan remarked: “It is amazing how people come into Ireland and do their business and can’t come into court and do their business.”

Asked did she require a Portuguese interpreter, Ms Walsh replied: “Portuguese? Yeah.”

Judge Durcan further remanded Ms Walsh on bail for sentence to February 15 and ordered that an interpreter be in court for the hearing.

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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby admin » 13 Jan 2017, 22:21

Thanks for the update H
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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby triple h » 16 Feb 2017, 01:19

brothel bust Man’s romp with prostitute interrupted by two gardai who entered brothel bedroom catching him in the act

Brazilian-born Aulicete Walsh, 53, has pleaded guilty to two counts of brothel keeping as a result of the investigation

A MAN got more than he bargained for when two gardai entered the bedroom as he was having sex with a prostitute at a brothel last May.

Brazilian-born Aulicete Walsh, 53, has pleaded guilty to two counts of brothel keeping as a result of the investigation.

At Ennis District Court today, Detective Garda Stephen Hession outlined details of the raid at Bank Square in the Co Clare town on May 19, 2016.

Det Hession said: “When we searched the apartment, we came across three females and one customer who was having sex with one of the girls.”

The detective said the women were aged 29, 27 and 21 and were all from Romania.

He said they gave statements at the scene alleging they had paid €600 to rent the apartment for the week to Walsh.

Det Hession said Walsh had dropped them off at the flat where they would work as prostitutes.

The detective said the three had been initially contacted by Walsh who had offered them the apartment to rent.

Minutes before the Garda raid on the apartment, Det Hession said he and a colleague had observed Walsh dropping off two women with suitcases and leading them up to the apartment.

Det Hession and a colleague intercepted the accused and arrested her under suspicion of brothel keeping.

He said gardai later searched a property connected to her at Dock Road, Limerick.

Walsh, of Breska Beg, Co Limerick, pleaded guilty to brothel keeping in Ennis and Limerick on two separate dates last year.

Judge Grainne O’Neill wanted it clarified if she had jurisdiction to deal with the Limerick offence.

Insp Tom Kennedy agreed the case could be adjourned to March 8 to clarify this point and Walsh was remanded on bail.

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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby admin » 16 Feb 2017, 18:21

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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby admin » 10 Mar 2017, 22:32

A BRAZILIAN native who showed a “complete flagrant disregard” for the law, after admitting to charges of brothel-keeping in Ennis and Limerick, has been sentenced to a total of eight months in prison.

Aulicete Camargo Walsh of Breskabeg, Clarina, County Limerick appeared before Ennis District Court charged with two counts of brothel-keeping and one of using a false instrument.

She was charged that being the tenant/lessee/occupier/person-in-charge of a premises at 18 Bank Square, Bindon Lane, she knowingly permitted it to be used as a brothel for the purpose of habitual prostitution on May 9, 2016.

She was also charged with using a Portuguese driving licence, which she knew to be a false instrument. The accused was also charged with running a brothel at 6 Crosley House, Dock Road, Limerick on May 27, 2016.

The court had previously heard that the 54-year-old grandmother was arrested on suspicion of brothel-keeping following a surveillance operation by gardaí.

Three Romanian women in their 20s were found to be operating as prostitutes from the Ennis apartment. When gardaí entered the apartment, they found a customer having sex with one of the women.

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Re: Laptop and cash seized in raid at County Limerick brothel

Postby admin » 09 May 2017, 19:16

At Ennis Circuit Court, Judge Tom O’Donnell jailed Brazilian-born Aulicete Walsh, 54, for four months for brothel keeping in Ennis and Limerick in May 2015, telling the court that he did not regard her as a victim. Ms Walsh was appealing an eight-month jail term imposed on her at the district court in March. Judge O’Donnell said he did not find anything wrong with the district court sentence.

However, he ordered that the two four-month jail terms imposed consecutively in the district court be made concurrent.

Ms Walsh of Breskabeg, Clarina, Co Limerick, was previously convicted of brothel keeping and fined €750 in 2012 at Newcastle West District Court. “The reason put forward that this lady went back into prostitution was because her husband’s spending habits got out of kilter is in the realms of Walter Mitty. I find it incredible to say the least,” Judge O’Donnell said.

Ms Walsh was accompanied to court by her husband, Patrick Walsh, 53.

On instructions from his client, solicitor Daragh Hassett said that Ms Walsh came from abject poverty in Brazil and was put into working as a prostitute in her early teens. Mr Hassett said Ms Walsh made a clean break from being a prostitute and came to Ireland and worked as a cleaner. He said that, unfortunately for Ms Walsh, her husband “is a man who likes to spend money he hasn’t got and his spending got on top of them and this drove Ms Walsh back into the trade”.

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