A man charged over the alleged cultivation of cannabis plants in the state’s north, Coffs/Clarence

5 month ago

An alleged man has been accused of planting cannabis in the north of the state.

On Thursday, January 10, 2019, investigators from the Coffs / Clarence Rural Crime Prevention Team and Northern Law Enforcement Battalions attended a meeting. The area is close to the Banyabba Nature Reserve in the Coaldale Valley as part of a joint study of the area.

Walking on the trail, Police found a 57-year-old man near many cannabis plants.

The man was arrested and the area examined in more detail, with 230 cannabis plants, with a potential market value of $ 460,000.

The man was taken to the Grafton Police Station and charged with some kind of cannabis cultivation between criminal quantity and commercial quantity.

His bail was denied today at the Grafton Court