Police seize cannabis plants from address in Carlton

 Police seize cannabis plants from address in Carlton
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Pro-active police officers have seized cannabis plants and drugs from a property in Carlton.

Gedling’s pro-active team of Special Constables Officers removed thousands of pounds in cultivated cannabis following concerns raised by members of the public.

Officers were called to a flat in Incher Mews following reports of smoke and heat coming from the address late on Friday (May 15) night.

A police spokesman said:” Upon their arrival, the team worked alongside crews from Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service to safely enter the address after initial concerns were raised.

“Upon entering the property, crews and officers discovered that the property had been converted into a cannabis farm. Electricity had been bypassed, causing damaged to the electricity meter.

“36 plants were recovered from the address, as well as thousands of pounds in street value of cultivated cannabis, which is now set to be destroyed.”

Police said no arrests have been made at this stage and enquiries are currently ongoing.

Gedling Eye Reporter

Gedling Eye Reporter

2 Comments

  • they are seizing someone’s livelihood during an unemployment crisis.

  • I agree . Snitches get stitches .. but lose lips sink ships . The unemployed should think more of their livelihood rather than what’s going on between their legs

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