Man accused of having thousands of euro worth of heroin at Cork hostel 

Man accused of having thousands of euro worth of heroin at Cork hostel 

The man was remanded in custody for a fortnight yesterday.

A man accused of having over €4,000 worth of heroin and a stash of cash totalling €1,125 in a bedroom at St. Vincent’s hostel in Cork was remanded in custody for a fortnight yesterday.

Sergeant Pat Lyons applied at Cork District Court to have the accused remanded in custody until September 18 to allow time for directions which are awaited from the Director of Public Prosecutions. 

Judge Olann Kelleher agreed to adjourn the case for two weeks.

Timothy Creamer faces drugs charges related to his room in St. Vincent’s on Anglesea Terrace, Cork, on Sunday, July 5, namely possessing Diamorphine and having the drug for the purpose of sale or supply at the hostel.

The accused man appeared at Cork District Court by video link from prison.

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