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Gardaí discovered 350 cannabis plants after they were called to a house

first_img By Cormac Fitzgerald 18,419 Views Gardaí discovered 350 cannabis plants after they were called to a house fire Gardaí discovered the growhouse after they attended a house fire Ballyhook, Grangecon, Wicklow. Feb 1st 2017, 8:40 PM http://jrnl.ie/3217891 Wednesday 1 Feb 2017, 8:40 PM Short URL Image: GPOcenter_img The plants were discovered following a house fire. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article The plants were discovered following a house fire. Image: GPO No Comments A MAN HAS BEEN charged in relation to the seizure of cannabis plants and herb with an estimated value of €310,000.Gardaí discovered a growhouse after they attended a house fire Ballyhook, Grangecon, Wicklow.Gardaí and the fire service attended the fire on the morning of Friday 20 January.When the fire was extinguished, gardaí discovered 350 cannabis plants, cannabis herb, and drugs and cultivation paraphernalia.The house – which was heavily damaged – was unoccupied at the time.Gardaí from the Baltinglass District Drugs Unit yesterday arrested the man in the Newbridge area of Kildare.He was charged and released on bail. He is due to appear before Carlow District Court on 22 February at 10.30 am.Comments have been disabled as a man has been chargedRead: Co Clare ‘loner’ avoids jail after posting photos of 19 local teenage girls to porn site Share Tweet Email last_img read more

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Bike hits RTC bus in GunturTwo killedone injured

first_imgGuntur : Two persons were killed on the spot, another woman injured at Jonnaladgadda under Narasaraopet mandal of Guntur district on Sunday. According to police, three persons were traveling on the motor bike,when they reached Jonnalagadda,bike rider tried to overtake the RTC Bus.Unable to overtake the RTC Bus,he hit the RTC bus and seriously injured. Bike rider along with another woman died on the spot. Another woman who was seriously injured has been shifted to Narasaraopet government hospital for treatment. Police registered the case and took up investigation.last_img

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