NZ: Men charged after raid, more than 300 cannabis plants found in Northland

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Both men, aged 36 and 38, were charged with cultivating cannabis, while the 38-year-old was also charged with failing to stop and unlawfully taking a motor vehicle in an unrelated incident. Detective Senior Sergeant Aaron Crawford, of the Northland CIB, said officers seized more than 300 plants and arrested two men after executing a search warrant at a commercial building in the city centre. Northland police have busted a large-scale indoor cannabis growing operation in central Whangārei. Crawford said the men were arrested at the property without incident. Specialist police including officers from the National Organised Crime Group were involved in the investigation and Tuesday’s search.

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Northland police have busted a large-scale indoor cannabis growing operation in central Whangārei.

Detective Senior Sergeant Aaron Crawford, of the Northland CIB, said officers seized more than 300 plants and arrested two men after executing a search warrant at a commercial building in the city centre.

Both men, aged 36 and 38, were charged with cultivating cannabis, while the 38-year-old was also charged with failing to stop and unlawfully taking a motor vehicle in an unrelated incident.

Crawford said the men were arrested at the property without incident.

Specialist police including officers from the National Organised Crime...

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