CRTF-S&OC Break up Grow Op – Will Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley Give Them a House Too?

CRTF-S&OC  Break up Grow Op – Will Habitat for Humanity Seaway Valley Give Them a House Too?

grow opCFN – On the evening of March 20th, 2013, following a traffic stop in Cornwall, members of the Cornwall Regional Task Force, Serious & Organized Crime Section (CRTF-S&OC) arrested a male for transporting marijuana.  Further investigation led police to execute a search warrant in the early morning hours of March 21st, 2013 at a residence located across the street from three (3) schools in Cornwall.

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As a result of their actions, investigators were able to dismantle a marijuana grow operation consisting of 22 plants.  At the residence, police seized equipment used for cultivation and approximately 8.3 kilograms of bagged marijuana ready for distribution.  A 2003 Silver Acura used to transport the drugs was also seized.


At this time, a male and a female will be charged with possession for the purpose of trafficking, contrary to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. Further charges are pending.

James Moak

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What does Habitat have to do with this????

Smith
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Marijuana needs to be legalized like the drug caffeine but then regulated like the poison alcohol. 8.3 kg would be worth a lot in government revenue and there is obviously the demand. Our laws are so out of date on this subject…

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If marijuana was legal and you could grow it freely in your backyard, none of this would ever happen. You take away the profit incentive which in turn takes the money right out of the police budgets and put the other gangstas out of business too.

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@ Smith – very true. It has very little to do with protecting society and more about protecting the system’s jobs ( re: police, lawyers, courts…). I would love to see just how much money is wasted on policing this.

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If that is a picture of his crop, he’s doing some buying too. Just saying, spindly setup. Son.