Drug accused has bail varied to live at house in Wales
A woman accused of importing 24,000 sleeping tablets into Northern Ireland has had her bail varied and is now allowed to live at a property in Wales.
Catherine Reynolds (55), with an address near Alicante, Spain, was allegedly found with 400 packets of zopiclone when she flew into Northern Ireland on January 21.
She is charged with importing a controlled drug.
On January 24, Reynolds was released on bail of £500 to stay at a Warrenpoint address.
Yesterday at Antrim Magistrates Court she was granted bail to live at a property she owns in the Colwyn Bay area of north Wales. The case was adjourned until April 11.