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Cannabis Factory's Uncovered In Bradford, England


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Two cannabis 'factories' have been uncovered by police officers from Bradford South's Neighbourhood Policing Team East acting on information received from the public.

Officers discovered 600 mature cannabis plants and growing equipment when they called at an address in Lonsdale Street, Barkerend, on Saturday (31/3) in response to calls from local residents.
A 53 year old man was arrested in connection with the find. He has been charged with being concerned in the production of cannabis and was due to appear before Bradford magistrates today.

While officers were searching the address they stopped a car that was driving nearby and found a small amount of cannabis. Two men were arrested from the vehicle and are currently in custody.
Further enquiries led officers to a house in Azealea Court, Barkerend, where they found a cannabis factory in the process of being set up. Equipment, including lights and fans, were discovered, along with a small number of young cannabis plants.

Sergeant Phil Goss said: "The discovery of these two cannabis factories again demonstrates how information provided by the local community is helping us to target illegal drugs. Cannabis is a Class C drug and remains illegal. You can be arrested for cultivating, supplying or possessing it and can face serious penalties.

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