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FOUR NOW ARRESTED AFTER 2.5 MILLION EURO DRUGS HAUL IN MILLTOWN

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Four people have been arrested following the seizure of drugs worth an estimated 2.5 million Euro in Milltown earlier today.

Two men, one in his mid-40s and one in his mid-50s, were arrested initially and two more were arrested when Gardai stopped and searched a car in Tuam this afternoon.

(Saturday).

Those arrested are currently being questioned at Mill Street Garda Station under the provisions of Section 2 of the Criminal Justice Drug Trafficking Act 1996.

It is understood that those arrested are of Asian nationality.

Gardai from the Divisional Drugs Unit at Mill Street Garda Station in Galway, assisted by local gardai and the Regional Support Unit swooped on the building in an industrial estate in Milltown early today.

They seized approximately 3,000 cannabis plants and drug growing paraphernalia.

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Three nights of road resurfacing works to commence in Loughrea town this evening

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – Three nights of road resurfacing works are set to commence in Loughrea town this evening.

Galway County Council is advising motorists and local residents that the works will take place between 7.30 pm and 7am on the R446 Bride Street from this evening through until to Saturday morning.

In order to facilitate these works a Stop/Go temporary traffic management system will be in operation on the section of R446.

As a consequence road users are being asked to expect delays and allow additional time for their journeys.

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Galway Garda Chief questioned on use of spit hoods

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – The Galway Garda Chief Superintendent has been questioned on the use of spit hoods in the county.

Galway West Independent TD Catherine Connolly raised the issue at this week’s meeting of the Joint Policing Committee.

Tom Curley confirmed spit hoods have been used in Galway.

However the Garda Chief said he could not go into cases as many are pending before the courts.

He also told the meeting that since March, between 60 to 70 files have been sent to the DPP in relation to various breaches of COVID 19 regulations.

He said these covered a range of incidents including house parties and attendance at public houses.

The Garda Chief stressed that policing is carried out in accordance with guidelines with the 4E approach of engage, explain and encourage, in the first instance.

Deputy Connolly queried how spit hoods are being used and also asked for a breakdown of powers in relation to COVID-19 – to hear more, tune in to Galway Bay fm news on the hour…

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Two confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Galway hospitals

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Galway Bay fm newsroom – There are two confirmed cases of coronavirus being treated at Galway hospitals today.

The two patients are receiving care at UHG.

A further two suspected cases of the virus are being treated at the city’s acute hospital, with one suspected case receiving care at Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe.

There are 31 patients with COVID-19 being treated in intensive care settings nationwide today with none in ICU settings in Galway.

20 of these are being ventilated.

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