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Man arrested in €5,000 drugs seizure at Athlone house

A man who was arrested after drugs with an estimated value of over €5,000 were seized at a house in Athlone has been released without charge.

Judge warns of increase in vulnerable people being used in drugs trade

A district court judge has warned that there is an increasing incidence of people with no previous convictions being used for drug dealing and other criminal activities by those higher up in the chain.

Drugs awareness campaign

The HSE has unveiled a new national campaign on the dangers of legal and illegal drugs. The campaign is seeking to raise awareness of the dangers and significant negative mental and physical health effects that can be caused by these psychoactive substances.

Table display leads to conviction

A Polish man who had in the region of €1,500 worth of drugs on two occasions when gardaí searched his house, has been given a five month suspended sentence for drug dealing.

€5k drugs finds by Mullingar Gardai

Gardai in Mullingar have seized over €5,000 worth of illegal drugs in the past week, following three separate raids on homes in the area.

Gardai lift a magnificent seven over drug dealing

After a series of dawn raids the day previously, Athlone gardai charged seven people in the District Court this week (January 27) with the sale of heroin and cocaine as part of an ongoing national campaign against street dealers.

Former Tuam drug dealer must reduce his intake of methadone

A former Tuam drug dealer and heroin addict, who was caught with almost €25,000 worth of drugs in his car and at his apartment last year, has been given until November by a circuit court judge to reduce his intake of methadone before a prison sentence is imposed.

Close our coast to drugs

The sentencing this week of three men who attempted to smuggle 62 bales of cocaine, worth €440 million, into west Cork last year has sounded the sirens of alarm.

Glynn welcomes Dial-to-Stop Drug Dealing campaign

Fianna Fail councillor Ken Glynn has welcomed “with open arms” the approval of €300,000 in Dormant Accounts funding for the Dial-to-Stop Drug Dealing campaign, saying the scheme is of vital importance to our community.

The Lisbon Treaty will help the EU tackle international crime - Aylward

Liam Aylward MEP has said the ratification of the Lisbon Treaty will ensure that the European Union will be able to fight international crime in a more structured manner.

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