Published Monday, 28 October 2013
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Ryan O'Reilly was arrested in Derry at the weekend by detectives from the PSNI's Organised Crime Branch.
The 27-year-old, from Meadowbank Court in the city, appeared in Londonderry Magistrates' Court charged with a range of weapons offences.
As well as possession of the hand grenades and sub-machine gun he was also accused of possessing two pistols, firearms' magazines, a stun gun and CS gas spray in suspicious circumstances.
It is understood the police inquiries in the case stretch beyond Northern Ireland to Germany and Switzerland and the grenades may have originated from the former Republic of Yugoslavia.
The weapons were discovered in a storage box in the attic of a four-storey building at Hawkin Street, close to Derry city centre.
Court documents show that when police put the weapons and explosives charges to him, O'Reilly made strenuous denials.
He did, however, tell police that one of the pistols had been in his possession several years ago, but that he had had nothing to do with it since then.
He also told police he had nothing to do with importing firearms, explosives and drugs into Derry.
A defence lawyer said there would be no application for bail and O'Reilly was remanded in custody.
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