10 Aug 2022

Limerick motorist stopped by gardaí in Tipperary had cannabis in his car

Garda Checkpoint

A motorist who was stopped and searched by gardaí outside Nenagh was found to have cannabis in his car.

Paul Power of 70 Fairgreen, Ballysimon Road, Limerick, pleaded to possession of cannabis at Tullaheady, Nenagh, on September 4, 2018. The court heard the value of the cannabis was €20 and Mr Power said it was for his own personal use.

Mr Power has 27 previous convictions; the last was in 2012.

Judge Mary Cashen applied the Probation Act on the basis Mr Power had not come to garda attention since.

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