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Man (37) remanded on car and drugs charges

A DUBLIN man allegedly caught with four stolen vehicles and a quantity of cannabis after gardai raided a business premises has been remanded on continuing bail for DPP's directions on the charges.

Stephen Mulvaney (37) was allegedly caught with the high-powered vehicles, including an Audi A4 and a new Volkswagen Jetta, which was allegedly stolen in Navan, Co Meath.

He is also alleged to have had a quantity of cannabis.

Judge David McHugh adjourned the matter to a date in July.

The accused, of Cardy Rock Square in Balbriggan, appeared before Blanchardstown District Court charged with possession of cannabis for sale or supply. He is also charged with four counts of possession of stolen vehicles, including a black Hyundai Santa Fe, a black Audi A4, a silver Toyota Avensis and a silver Volkswagen Jetta.

The alleged incident took place at Centrepoint Business Park, Rosemount Business Park, Ballycoolin on April 24.

The court heard that DPP's directions remain outstanding on the charges as the matter is complicated.

Defence solicitor Terence Hanahoe said there was consent to a six-week adjournment.

As part of his bail conditions, Mulvaney (above) surrendered his passport and must sign on at his local garda station.

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