05/11/2015

Man Charged Following Drugs Find

A man has been charged after police seized drugs, worth a street value of between £50,000-£75,000, in Co L'Derry.

Cannabis plants and herbal cannabis were discovered during search in the High Street area in Draperstown on Wednesday.

A 35-year-old man has been charged with possession and cultivation of class B drugs with intent to supply.

He is due to appear in Londonderry Magistrates' Court on Thursday.

(CD)

Related Northern Ireland News Stories
Click here for the latest headlines.

17 August 2022
Two Major New Developments Approved In Belfast
Two major new developments in Belfast have been approved by Belfast City Council's Planning Committee. These include plans for a 256-bed hotel/apart hotel in the Titanic Quarter and a 15-storey residential development at Holmes Street/Bruce Street.
05 November 2020
Man Arrested In L'Derry
A 20-year-old man has been arrested in L'Derry. Officers from the PSNI's Terrorism Investigation unit carried out a search at a property in connection with an ongoing on Wednesday, 04 November. A number of items were seized for further examination. The man was taken to be questioned, however he has now been released.
10 March 2020
Elderly Man Suffers Smoke Inhalation In Co Down Arson
A man aged in 90s was left in need of treatment for smoke inhalation after two arson attacks in Downpatrick. Police are probing a link between two deliberate ignitions in the Killough Walk and Vianstown Heights area of the town, less than a mile from each other, in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
12 August 2022
Greens Welcome Reopening Of Historic Bank Buildings
The Green Party has welcomed the news that the historic Bank Buildings in Belfast city centre are to reopen four years after being badly damaged in a fire. Primark, who own the building, has announced that they will reopen the store in November.
21 July 2022
Weapons Seized In Police Searches In East Belfast
A number of weapons have been seized in a police operation in east Belfast, which saw officers conducted a series of search operations on the morning of Wednesday 20 July.