22-year-old woman pleads guilty to explosive possession

A 22-year-old woman has pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to possession of pipe bombs, a shotgun, ammunition and drugs at her Finglas home.

Laura Creighton of Barry Park, Finglas was found in possession of two homemade bombs, a double-barrelled shotgun and 56 rounds of "Luger" nine milimetre ammunition on January 18 this year. She also pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and cannabis for sale or supply on the same date.

Judge Katherine Delahunt remanded Creighton on continuing bail and set a sentence date for December.


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