Man is held af­ter €200k drugs seized


Cannabis in Lim­er­ick A MAN has been ar­rested af­ter a large amount of cannabis was dis­cov­ered at the week­end.

As part of an on­go­ing op­er­a­tion tar­get­ing the sale and sup­ply of con­trolled drugs, gar­dai raided a prop­erty in Mur­roe, Co Lim­er­ick, at around 9pm on Satur­day.

Cannabis herb with an es­ti­mated street value of €200,000 was seized.

A man aged in his 30s was ar­rested in con­nec­tion with the probe.

A Garda spokesman said in­ves­ti­ga­tions are on­go­ing and added: “A man in his 30s was ar­rested in con­nec­tion with this.

“He is cur­rently de­tained at Henry Street Garda sta­tion un­der the pro­vi­sions of Sec­tion 2 – Crim­i­nal Jus­tice Act 1996.” Justin and Hai­ley Dee Devlin and Conor Mcgre­gor Cou­ple with son Conor Jnr DEE Devlin has sparked preg­nancy ru­mours af­ter she was pic­tured with an ap­par­ent “baby bump” at the week­end.

The mum of one posed for pic­tures along with long-term part­ner Conor Mcgre­gor at a pal’s 30th birth­day bash.

Dee, 28, stepped out in a stun­ning tight fit­ting pink dress with state­ment bell sleeves while The No­to­ri­ous wore a blue shirt and beige shorts.

Conor, 29, shared some pic­tures of the pair on In­sta­gram in­clud­ing a 30th birth­day cake dec­o­rated with casino chips and Las Ve­gas signs.

Fans rushed to com­ment on what they said ap­peared to be a tiny baby bump un­der Dee’s body­con dress. One fan asked: “New baby on the way???”

An­other wrote: “I thought you were hav­ing an­other baby. Dee looks like she has a bun in the oven mate.”

While a third posted: “She is preg­nant? Or why does she have such a stom­ach?”

Other com­ments in­cluded: “Is she again preg­nant?”, “Your Mrs preg­nant again?” and “Dee looks preg­nant.” Twit­ter users also posted about the ap­par­ent bump. One tweeted: “ #deede­vlin #Conorm­c­gre­gor hav­ing a sec­ond baby? She looks preg­nant again.” And aother asked: “Is dee devlin preg­gers again???” Dee, who gave birth to her first child Conor Jnr on May 5, 2017, has yet to ad­dress the ru­mours.




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