TAGSChinesecigarettescustomsEightHarveylimerickRevenueSeptwolfsniffer dog Officers from Revenue’s Customs Service seized a total of 24,000 cigarettes with a retail value of over €11,000 in two related operations in Limerick.On Thursday last, a package containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ and ‘Eight’ cigarettes was seized. This consignment had been declared as ‘hangbags’ which had been consigned from China to an address in Limerick city.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up In a follow up operation on Friday afternoon, a further package was detected by Revenue sniffer dog, Harvey. This package, containing 12,000 ‘Septwolf’ cigarettes had also been consigned from China, but to a different address in Limerick city, and this time had been declared as ‘shoe samples’.A Chinese man in 20’s was questioned by Officers from Revenues Customs Service and is currently being questioned by Gardai at Henry Street Garda Station.The investigation is on-going with a view to prosecution.Anyone with information regarding the smuggling or sale of illegal cigarettes or tobacco, should contact Revenue in confidence on free phone number 1800 295 295. Advertisement Twitter NewsRevenue seize cigarettes in Limerick raidsBy Editor – August 31, 2014 656 Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Revenue Seize Cigarettes at Shannon Airport Linkedin Previous articleMotorbike challenge saves Limerick school for deafNext article€40,000 Limerick City of Culture boost to Elemental Editor Facebook Email Revenue Seizes more Cigarettes in Limerick WhatsApp Ollie sniffs out €300k Shannon airport drugs haul
Joseph “Joey” Lawrence Walden, age 38 of Indianapolis, suddenly passed away on May 12, 2020. Joey was born November 14, 1981, in Cincinnati, Ohio the son of Mary Ann Moore and Michael Feagan. Joey cherished his childhood growing up in Augusta, Kentucky and Portland, Tennesse where he was introduced to Bill Monroe and many other country music legends. Joey always looked forward to the time spent with his cousins during the summer months and especially the family gatherings.Joey enlisted in the National Guard after Franklin County High School and proudly served at the Indiana National Guard in Connersville, Indiana. Joey worked in construction for many years and was known for having a big heart and he was always willing to help anyone in need. Joey loved to write songs, play his guitar, and spend time on the Laughery Creek banks in southeastern Indiana fishing with his life-long friend Jennie.Joey is survived by his mother, Mary Ann (Ronnie) Moore, father, Mike (Diane) Feagan; brothers, Dakotah James Moore and Keith (Kala) Moore; step-grandparents, Ronnie and Mary Moore Sr.; nephew of Larry (Maria) Walden, Shirley (Rick) Baker, David (Rhonda) Walden, Kathy (Randy) Puckett, Earnest Phillip (Kathy) Walden, Donna (Steve) Schuman, Terry (Tammy) Moore, and numerous cousins.Joey is preceded in death by his grandparents Lawrence and Lucille (Crider) Walden, Leaming “Slim” and Ruth Feagan, aunt Anita Gail Byrd, uncle Winfred Earl Walden, and cousin Michael David Byrd.Graveside services will be Monday, May 18, 2020 at Glen Haven Cemetery in Harrison, Ohio at 2:00 pm with his uncle, Larry Walden officiating.Memorials may be given to the family and sent or dropped off to Meyers Funeral Home, P.O. Box 202, 1150 St. Rd. 46 E., Batesville, IN 47006.We also encourage you to leave a message at www.meyersfuneralhomes.com on Joey’s obituary page for the family in the online guestbook or send a card to using the link on the page.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Whether we like it or not, summer is coming to an end, and there’s no better way to embrace the transition to fall than by stocking up on some warm blankets. Residents were able to do just that as the medical center hosted their two–day quilt sale.The lobby of Alpena’s MidMichigan Medical Center was filled with quilts, comforters, linens, and more. A Lansing-based company provided all items with a deal of 20% off, to help raise funds for a good cause. Different patterns were on site, ranging from adult to kid and even animal print. The event was convenient for patients, visitors, and employees… as they stocked up on their fall and winter blankets.Today was the last day of the quilt sale, and this year the event was equally successful, raising money that will go towards maintaining and improving the MidMichigan Medical Center.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious School Staff Remind Drivers to Watch Out For Students During School Drop Off TimesNext Farmers Market Fundraiser Brings Over 300 People to the APLEX