Monday, April 6, 2009

NZ police nab potheads in cannabis sweep...


NZ police nab potheads in cannabis sweep...

A cannabis sweep in the eastern North Island has seen 260 people arrested and 40,000 cannabis plants destroyed

Two hundred and sixty people have been arrested and 40,000 cannabis plants destroyed in a sweep across the eastern North Island.

The police annual cannabis recovery operation covered an area from the bottom of the Coromandel to Central Hawke's Bay, including Gisborne and the Bay of Plenty.

Customs, Ministry of Fisheries and Inland Revenue staff were also involved in the operation.

Thirty people are facing drug dealing charges, another 88 face a variety of other drugs charges.

A large quantity of cash and five vehicles have been seized. Twenty seven firearms and a P lab were found during searches of various houses.



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