Three women remain in custody following drug seizures

Three women remain in garda custody this morning in relation to two separate drugs seizures in the capital.

A woman in her 60s and another aged 40 were arrested on Friday evening after gardaí investigating a north Dublin crime gang, stopped and searched a car at around 8.30pm.

In a follow up search of a house in the Clonshaugh area, cannabis resin with a street value of €150,000 and a large amount of cash were discovered.

In a separate incident yesterday evening a woman in her 20s was arrested following the discovery of €30,000 worth of cannabis.

The find was made as gardaí investigating the sale and supply of drugs searched a house in Clonee at around 6.30pm yesterday.

More in this Section

Seamus Heaney celebrated in new Derry cultural centre

'We all swore an oath to protect this country…It won't be abandoned', say gardaí as strike looms

All Ireland final bus strike looms as Dublin Bus talks continue

Mary Robinson suggests going vegan to reduce carbon footprint


Today's Stories

Fine Gael's Brendan Griffin urges expulsion of Russian ambassador to Ireland

Garda industrial action: Overtime bill hits €7.2m in just 10 Garda divisions

Farm vigilance urged after child’s death

4,000 to be refused entry to Ireland; highest number in 6 years

Lifestyle

Teens triumph over troubles with Happiness Skills book

Ask Audrey has been sorting out Cork people for years

Mick Flannery is looking at life from both sides with an excellent new album

Do advances in technology mean we're closer to finding alien life?

More From The Irish Examiner