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17 Aug 2022

Tipperary car passenger found in possession of cannabis is fined by court

Tipperary car passenger found in possession of cannabis is fined by court

Tipperary car passenger found in possession of cannabis is fined by court

A man who was a front seat passenger in a car stopped by the gardaí was found to be in possession of cannabis, Nenagh District Court was told.

Barry Glynn of 4 Pairc Na Coille, Lorrha, pleaded to having cannabis valued at €170 at Towerhill, Borrisokane, on June 30, 2021.

The court heard that Mr Glynn, 29, was a front seat passenger in a car that had been stopped by a garda when the drug was discovered.

He admitted that the drug was for his own personal use.

The court was told that Mr Glynn had a total of 29 previous convictions.

His solicitor, Elizabeth McKeever, said that Mr Glynn had “turned a corner” since the incident and was engaging with the probation services.

Judge Elizabeth MacGrath fined Mr Glynn €100.

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