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Sussex Police officers discover cannabis farm at Brighton flat following complaints of a noisy neighbour
Updated 1:56pm Tuesday 15th July 2014 in News
Officers responding to a noisy neighbour stumbled across a cannabis farm.
Sussex Police officers were called to a flat in Burlington Street in Brighton, after reports of shouting and banging at 10.55pm last night.
When they entered the property, they found more than 190 cannabis plants in “various stages of cultivation”.
The sole occupant of the property, a 42-year old man, was arrested on suspicion of cultivation of cannabis and possession of cannabis with intent to supply and released on police bail until October 16.
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