Cork man sentenced after Ketamine found in his home 

The illegal drug was found next to his bed. 
Cork man sentenced after Ketamine found in his home 

The accused had 134 previous convictions. 

A young man with over 100 previous convictions has been given a five-month suspended jail term for having Ketamine in his bedroom.

Sergeant Gearóid Davis said a warrant was executed to search the home of Robert Crinnion of 1 Blackwater Grove in Cork.

Sgt. Davis said the €140 worth of the illegal drug was found in white powder form on a TV stand next to his bed on October 28 2019.

Previous convictions 

The accused had 134 previous convictions including two counts for having drugs for his own use.

Shane Collins-Daly solicitor said the accused had engaged with Arbour House to deal with a drug difficulty and was steadily reducing methadone on a treatment programme.

The defendant said he was giving clean urinalysis.

Judge Olann Kelleher said he would impose a nine-month sentence suspended for a period of two years.

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