Inside were 23 mature cannabis plants with an estimated street value of €18,400 ($27,600), as well as 253 grams of weed worth an estimated €5,066 ($7,599). The sentencing follows an incident in the fall of 2019 in which Sheahan learned about a cannabis grow-op on his property, prompting him to evict the tenants. Irish police discovered what they described as a sophisticated grow — complete with lights and a watering system — inside a shipping container out back of Sheahan’s house. The ordered amount of compensation has since been submitted and will be donated to an addiction-counselling centre. Under financial pressure, he did so, making €5,000 ($7,500) in profit on the first crop.
A judge hearing the case of an Irish man who allegedly turfed some tenants for growing weed only to set up his own illicit grow-op has ordered a suspended sentence, reasoning the accused has learned his lesson.
Judge Sean O Donnabhain made it clear that John Sheahan, 48, should not profit from the illegal venture, ordering him to pay the €5,000 ($7,500) in profit he made on his first crop, according to The Irish...
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