A woman accused of possessing proceeds of crime in bank accounts in Dublin and Donegal while using bogus identities has been remanded in custody.
She was arrested at Dublin Airport on Friday evening.
34-year-old Diana Maria Popovici, currently of no fixed abode, but with a previous address at Timbermills, Artane, in Dublin, appeared before Judge Conor Fottrell at Dublin District Court today.
Detective Garda David Comerford gave evidence of arrest, charge and caution.
He told the court that Ms Popovici was facing ten different charges.
She is accused of possessing the proceeds of crime at bank accounts in Dublin and Donegal, while using fake IDs.
There was no application for bail and Judge Fottrell remanded her in custody, to appear in court again on Friday.
The accused was granted free legal aid.
Report by Claire McNamara