A 23-year-old man from Liverpool has been charged in association with a 250,000 seizure of drugs in Northern Ireland

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A 23-year-old man from Liverpool has been charged in association with a £250,000 seizure of drugs in Northern Ireland
The drugs were seized at the point when police halted a auto in the Port of Belfast after it drove off the overnight ship from Liverpool
The man was charged with ownership what’s more, ownership with plan to supply cannabis what’s more, cocaine, said a police spokeswoman
He is being held in police authority until Monday at the point when he is due to show up some time recently Belfast magistrates
A 22-year-old lady captured at the same time as the man has been discharged without charge pending a report to the Executive of Open Prosecutions
It was the second time in days that individuals from Britain had been captured in Northern Ireland following medicate seizures
Cannabis pitch worth £250,000 was recuperated in Larne, Co Antrim at the point when police halted what’s more, sought a auto which had arrived on a ship from Fleetwood on Tuesday
Two days afterward grandparents Paul McSween, 49, what’s more, his spouse Barbara 51, from Lathum Close in Prescot , Merseyside showed up in court charged with ownership of the drugs what’s more, ownership with plan to supply
Police charged in court the couple had been utilized as dispatches for an sorted out wrongdoing gang

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