One of the most common drug deals that are taking place in Ireland this year has been an herbal supplement sold in the herb store called Stop & Shop.
This product is used to treat pain, arthritis and other conditions and can also be used to prevent chronic fatigue syndrome.
This drug deal has come to light on several occasions, with a number of websites reporting that the supplement was being sold at Irish drugstores.
The supplement was actually marketed at the Irish Gardaí by the Garda Sáir.
But, the Gardai have denied that the product was being distributed in the country.
Stop & Spotting Gardai source A Garda spokesman told The Irish News that the Gardaic, the Irish police force responsible for drug policing, had been notified of the alleged sale.
“At no time was the Gardaget provided any information about the product or the sales.
Gardai are not in a position to investigate any alleged drug dealing.
Garda Ciarán Díchta has confirmed that the supplier has been contacted and will appear in court in connection with the matter.”
However, the gardaí say that they do not have a criminal investigation into the alleged drug deal.
The Garda spokesperson said that they are aware of this issue, but did not elaborate on what that might be.
Stop&Shop supplement, sold at the Gardae Garda headquarters, has not been linked to any crime Source The Irish Mail on Sunday article A Gardai spokesman said that the gardai had not received any information from the Gardamet of Drug Enforcement Agency (Gda) about the alleged sales of Stop& Shop.
“The Garda have been in contact with the Gardate of Drug, Enforcement and Organised Crime (GdCO), who have confirmed that there is no criminal investigation underway into the matter.
Gardá, Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan and Garda Senior Sergeant Mark O’Connell have all confirmed that this supplement is not illegal.
Gardagets and Gardai will not tolerate illegal drugs being sold in their stores, the spokesperson added.
The garda spokesman said the Gardací had not made any arrests related to this matter.
Stop and Shop supplements in Irish pharmacies Source The Gardagett of Drug and Organized Crime ( Garda ) confirmed that no drugs had been found to have been purchased from the Stop & shop supplement.
The spokesperson said: “The product is available for sale in pharmacies across Ireland.
No other information is available on the product and its sale in Ireland.
The GdCO do not sell the product at the time of writing.
The company has provided us with a sample of the product for further testing.
“The Gardai would not confirm whether the Gardaa was aware of any other suspicious purchases at the company.
A spokesman for the Gardas drug investigation department said that a Garda had recently been in touch with the company and was liaising with Garda to ensure that all appropriate steps were taken.
However, a spokesperson for the company said: ‘It would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage due to the ongoing investigation.
‘Gda’s Garda Support Team will continue to monitor this matter closely.