Woman in court following Limerick drugs seizure

David Hurley

Reporter:

David Hurley

A YOUNG woman was has been granted bail after she appeared in court charged in connection with a significant drugs seizure at her home.

A YOUNG woman was has been granted bail after she appeared in court charged in connection with a significant drugs seizure at her home.

Alison Kelleher, 22, of The Grange, Raheen, Limerick is accused of posession of cannabis herb, worth around €140,000 for the purpose of sale or supply.

The drugs were seized during a planned search of her home yesterday morning.

At Limerick Court, Sgt Michelle Leahy said directions were not yet available from the the DPP and she asked that the case be adjourned until February.

Solicitor John Herbert applied for bail on behalf of Kelleher and his application was not opposed by the state.

Judge Eamon O’Brien granted bail on Leahy’s own bond of €1,000 and he ordered that an independent surity of €1,000 also be lodged with the court.

The defendant must obey a curfew and sign on daily at her local garda station as a condition of her bail.

Judge O’Brien remanded Leahy on bail until Februuary 29, next.