Crime & Court

Over 1200 Marijuana Plants Seized From Two Separate Farms

The owners of two farms are yet to be identified as investigations continue.
20 Jan 2021 10:25
Over 1200 Marijuana Plants Seized From Two Separate Farms

More than 1000 green plants believed to be marijuana were uprooted from an unknown farm in Nacomoto, Kadavu over the weekend.

The successful raid conducted by the Drug Operations Team seized green plants ranging from 0.15cm to 1.10m.

A similar operation was conducted at Natumua village in Kadavu led to the arrests of a 25-year-old farmer.

He was found in possession with some loose dried leaves and Police also uprooted from his farm some green pants believed to be marijuana.

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In Rakiraki, Police uprooted more than 200 green plants believed to be marijuana from a farm in Nabalabala in Ra following information received.

The plants are ranging from 30cm to 2.8 meters.

The owners of two farms are yet to be identified as investigations continue.

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