Jailed heroin trafficker is due for release

Tony Felloni, one of Ireland’s leading heroin traffickers in Ireland in the 1980s and 1990s, is due to be released from prison.

13th November, 2010

Tony Felloni, one of Ireland’s leading heroin traffickers in Ireland in the 1980s and 1990s, is due to be released from prison.

Felloni was the subject of a 14-year pursuit by the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) which led to the recovery of almost €500,000 from the proceeds of his drug dealing empire.

Felloni, from Lower Dominick St, Dublin, was blamed for escalating the capital’s heroin problem in the 1980s. He was considered by...

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