RCMP apologize after seizing plants from legal grower during New Brunswick cannabis raid

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A cannabis raid at a former school in New Brunswick has prompted an apology from the RCMP. The site at the former Coles Island School was being used by four medical cannabis growers when it was raided in 2019, resulting in 61 plants being seized. The men claim that NB Power staff then access the property’s power meter inside the building over several months and failed to provide notice about entering the building in Jan. 2019. The RCMP claims the grower had denied a utility worker access to the electricity meter previously and was “verbally abusive.” Subscribe to Weekend Dispensary, a weekly newsletter from The GrowthOp. Although later released, he contends his plants were never returned. I would like to have my other property returned immediately as well.” The review further recommended that the RCMP officer receive “operational guidance regarding the requirement to take detailed and accurate notes.” The raid was initially prompted after the RCMP received a call from NB Power asking for an officer to accompany an employee when power to the grow was disconnected.

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A cannabis raid at a former school in New Brunswick has prompted an apology from the RCMP.

The site at the former Coles Island School was being used by four medical cannabis growers when it was raided in 2019, resulting in 61 plants being seized. The apology occurred after a man filed a complaint with the Civilian Review and Complaints Commission (CRCC) for the RCMP, reports CBC.

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