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Glen Hogan was charged with conveying cannabis, cocaine and benzodiazepines into Wheatfield Prison.

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A 31-year-old man accused of smuggling drugs into a prison in Dublin has been granted bail.

Glen Hogan of Thomas Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin was charged with conveying cannabis, cocaine and benzodiazopines into Wheatfield Prison on the evening of March 26.

He was also accused of knife possession and trespassing at a car park at the prison on the same date.

He appeared at Dublin District Court.

Judge Dermot Simms was told Mr Hogan made no reply when charged.

Bail terms were set and legal aid was granted.

He was ordered to stay away from Cloverhill and Wheatfield prisons in west Dublin, to reside at his current address, and be contactable by phone.

Judge Simms was told there was a possibility of further charges.

Mr Hogan was ordered to appear again in April.

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