25/04/2014

Prison Officer Released On Bail Over Drugs Offences

A prison officer has been released on bail after being arrested over drugs offences.

The woman, reported to be 50-years-old, was arrested on suspicion of possessing and supplying Class A and B drugs at Maghaberry Prison.

According to reports, it is understood she was detained on Monday, and released pending further enquiries.

(JP)

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