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A commercial premises in the middle of Mullingar was set up as a massive cannabis grow house, ready for at least 760 cannabis plants worth €304,000.
The secluded location outside of Dublin makes the Midlands a hotbed for the illegal growth of cannabis.
Mullingar and Athlone District Court judge has advised landlords to take particular care if renting their premises to members of certain overseas communities.
A man arrested in Mullingar on Monday evening was charged in Athlone on Wednesday (January 11) with the cultivation of a “sophisticated” cannabis factory set up in Ardleigh Park.
A Circuit Court judge has decided not to impose the mandatory 10 year sentence on a man and woman who pleaded guilty to having more than €13,000 cannabis for sale or supply.
“My experience over the years tells me that these people find it very difficult to forget the past,” said Judge John Neilan as he sentenced a man to five months imprisonment for an incident relating to the Dalton Park riot.
Judge John Neilan remanded the two factions involved in the Dalton Park riot in July to Mullingar Court on October 16 and November 6, at the local court last week.
Seventy people have been interviewed by Gardai in Mullingar in relation to the Dalton Park riot in July, and a comprehensive file has been sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions, according to Inspector Jarlath Folan. Inspector Folan was speaking at a sitting of Mullingar District Court yesterday, Thursday October 16.
Judge Neilan expressed his disappointment that he was unable to deal with a case involving a woman with an address at St Loman’s Hospital because Gardaí were not prepared for a hearing.
A mentally ill woman has been released unsupported into society because the DPP has withdrawn the charges against her.