Tyrone hotel owner held for manslaughter has been 'further arrested' after suspected Class A drugs found 4 months ago

Tyrone hotel owner held for manslaughter has been 'further arrested' after suspected Class A drugs found

The hotel owner at the centre of a manslaughter investigation over three deaths at a disco in Co. Tyrone is being further held after a suspected Class A drugs seizure.

Police in Northern Ireland are holding the man after a quantity of drugs were found at a house in Moneymore yesterday.

He is suspected of possession with intent to supply, the PSNI said this evening.

Michael McElhatton, owner of the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown, was arrested with another man on suspicion of manslaughter yesterday.

The other man, aged 40, is believed to be a member of door staff.

Three teenagers died at the hotel on Sunday when there was a crush in the queue to get into a disco there.

Lauren Bullock (17), Connor Currie (16) and Morgan Barnard (17) will be laid to rest this Friday, it was announced today.