May 19, 2024

A Convoy man who was present in possession of €500 price of hashish has been given an opportunity to keep away from a conviction.

Luke Laird was earlier than Letterkenny District Court docket this week.

Garda Inspector Tony Byrne advised the courtroom that Laird’s dwelling at Beechwood Grove, Convoy was searched on March 30, 2021 beneath the Misuse of Medicine Act.

Gardai discovered over 30 grams of hashish herb.

Laird, a 29-year-old of Beechwood Grove, Convoy, has no earlier convictions and was co-operative with gardai, Inspector Byrne stated.

“Bar this, he’s a really accountable individual,” Laird’s solicitor, Mr Frank Dorrian, advised the courtroom.

“Hashish doesn’t kind a big a part of his existence. He was fully co-operative and he accepts duty.”

Mr Dorrian advised the courtroom that Laird is a father-of-one who drives for a residing.

“This was part of the Covid expertise that endured,” Mr Dorrian stated.

Choose Ciaran Liddy advised Laird that if he made a €250 donation to Cara Home the matter could be struck out. A default order of a €250 positive was set down and the matter adjourned to Could 20 subsequent.

Convoy man caught with €500 of hashish given likelihood was final modified: April 4th, 2024 by Employees Author