Two men have appeared in court charged in connection with a seizure of crystal meth in Killarney with an estimated value of over €26,000.
The pair were brought before Judge James O’Connor at Tralee District Court.
Garda Stephen Horgan told the court he arrested 31-year-old Davin Foley of 39 An Bainseach, Killorglin at the Glebe car park in Killarney yesterday and brought him to Killarney Garda Station.
Mr Foley was charged with possession of methamphetamine or crystal meth and possession of the drug for sale or supply.
It’s alleged he had 220 grams of crystal meth worth an estimated €13,200, which came through the post from England.
22-year-old Daryl O’Connor of Springfield House, Rangue, Killorglin was also arrested yesterday, the court heard.
Garda Kevin Walsh later charged the accused with possession of crystal meth for sale or supply at AGS motors, Scart Cross, Farranfore.
The court heard it is alleged Mr O’Connor also had an estimated €13,200 of the drug which had too been posted.
Judge James O’Connor declined jurisdiction and remanded the pair on bail subject to six conditions including a curfew, surrendering their passport and signing on at a Garda Station.
The case was adjourned to allow time for the preparation of the book of evidence to the December 6th sitting of Killarney District Court.