Gardaí Seize Over €50,000 Worth of Drugs at Grannagh

Waterford Gardaí seized a quantity of drugs worth over €52,000 on Friday afternoon after a search. It came after an off-duty Garda saw suspicious activity. A vehicle was then stopped at Grannagh around 2pm and Gardaí found two buckets of loose suspected D10 tablets, or Benzodiazepines and a brown cardboard box of prescription drugs. Four local men, ranging from 25 to 29 in age, were arrested on suspicion of an offence under Section 15 Misuse of Drugs Act, 1977, three of whom were detained under the provisions of Section 2 Drug Trafficking Act at Waterford. The fourth man was detained at Tramore Garda Station.

A photo released by the Gardaí of the drugs seized following the search of a vehicle at Grannagh on Friday last.

A photo released by the Gardaí of the drugs seized following the search of a vehicle at Grannagh on Friday last.


The four men were released without charge and a file is being prepared for the DPP. A second car was also seized in a location nearby. The suspected illegal drugs have been forwarded to the Forensic Laboratory for analysis.

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