Gardaí said that it is believed that the suspected drugs were for the purpose of sale and supply. Pic: Naas Courthouse
Gardaí gave evidence to a court sitting that they found a suspected drugs haul at a property in Kildare town.
Those in attendance at Naas District Court on Thursday, June 23, were told that Alesandro Velardo, with an address listed as 4 Cooleven Walk, Cloverhill Road, Dublin 22, is accused of obstructing gardaí and throwing a package out of a window at his home on May 31 last.
The latter offence would constitute a contravention of Sections 21 and 27 of the Misuse of Drugs Act, 1977.
It was further heard that on that same date, €2,464 worth of suspected crack cocaine and €6,097 worth of suspected diamorphine allegedly belonging to the 33-year-old were found at a property in Loughlion, Kildare town.
Gardaí said that it is believed that the suspected drugs were for the purpose of sale and supply.
The case against the 33-year-old defendant was adjourned by Judge Desmond Zaidan to December 1 to allow time for a drug analysis certificate, in addition to directions from the Director of Public Prosecutions.
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