Ontario police find $2.6M of illegal cannabis in commercial building

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Four Toronto residents reportedly have been charged with cultivating, propagating or harvesting cannabis plants outside their home after the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) found 2,600-plus illegal plants in a commercial building in Tillsonburg. Each person has been charged with cultivating, propagating or harvesting any cannabis plant at a place not in their home. Later that same year in November, the Strathroy Age Dispatch reported that a 16-month investigation by the London Police Service and the OPP’s organized crime unit announced the seizure of $32 million worth of drugs. At about 10:30 a.m. on August 25, Global News reports that OPP officers carried out a search warrant on the property and discovered the illegal grow estimated to be worth $2.6 million. In the spring of 2021, the OPP served a search warrant at a commercial building in the town and discovered about 9,700 marijuana plants, Norfolk and Tillsonburg News reported at the time.

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Four Toronto residents reportedly have been charged with cultivating, propagating or harvesting cannabis plants outside their home after the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) found 2,600-plus illegal plants in a commercial building in Tillsonburg.

At about 10:30 a.m. on August 25, Global News reports that OPP officers carried out a search warrant on the property and discovered the illegal grow estimated to be worth $2.6 million. The plants were reportedly in various stages of growth.

The raid, involving members of the OPP’s Oxford, Haldimand/Norfolk and...

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