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IrelandGrow house with drugs worth €900k found in mansion in Clare

22:55  31 may  2019
22:55  31 may  2019 Source:   independent.ie

Woman charged over cannabis 'grow house' in Clare told gardai she was 'forced to do it', court hears

Woman charged over cannabis 'grow house' in Clare told gardai she was 'forced to do it', court hears Thuy Thi Nguyen appeared at a special sitting of Ennis District Court on Sunday evening, Thuy Thi Nguyen was charged in connection with the discovery of an industrial-sized cannabis grow house at the Victorian mansion Tinarana House, on the shores of Lough Derg near Killaloe in east Clare. More than 500 cannabis plants at various growth stages were found at the 16-bedroomed property on Friday last and initial Garda estimates put a street value of €900,000 on the plants.

A woman has been arrested after gardaí discovered an industrial-sized cannabis grow house in a Victorian mansion in Co Clare . Over 500 cannabis plants at various stages of growth were found at Tinarana House on the shores of Lough Derg. The drugs are estimated to be worth around € 900

A WOMAN HAS been arrested in Co Clare after gardaí discovered a growhouse containing cannabis worth an Gardaí said today that as part of an intelligence-led operation members of the force in Co Clare The Clare Divisional Drugs Unit were supported by local uniform and plainclothes gardaí, the

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A WOMAN in her 20s has been arrested after gardai discovered an industrial-sized cannabis grow house in a Victorican mansion in Clare.

More than 500 cannabis plants at various growth stages wre found at Tinarana House on the edge of Lough Derg, near Killaloe.

The woman was arrested at the scene and is being questioned by gardai in Ennis.

"The Clare Divisional Drugs Unit are being supported by local uniform and plainclothes Gardaí, the Western Region Armed Support Unit and the Cork Garda Dog Unit," a spokesperson said.

"A significant grow house has been discovered with the evidence of the production of Cannabis at all stages (nursery, mature plants, dried plants).  At this time, a large number of plants with an estimated street value of €900,000 pending analysis.

Man arrested after €221,000 worth of drugs seized from property in Dublin

Man arrested after €221,000 worth of drugs seized from property in Dublin The seizure was made at around 9.30pm on Saturday. A MAN IN his 40s has been arrested after €221,000 worth of drugs was seized from a property in north Dublin. The seizure was made after a residential property in Dunsink Green in Finglas was searched by local gardaí at around 9.30pm last night. © An Garda Saiochaana During the search, cannabis herb, cannabis resin and cocaine was discovered, along with a small amount of heroin, ecstasy, cigarettes and drug paraphernalia.

Gardaí in Clare have discovered a grow operation, along with quantities of cannabis worth an estimated € 900 ,000 pending analysis. The Clare Divisional Drugs Unit were supported in the search by local uniform and plainclothes Gardaí, the Western Region Armed Support Unit and the Cork

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"A female (early 20s), non-Irish national, has been arrested at the scene and is currently being detained at Ennis Garda Station under section 4 Criminal Justice Act, 1984.

"The search and investigations remain ongoing."

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