Three people arrested after police shut down east London cannabis factories
08 Apr 2021
Police discovered round 125 full grown cannabis vegetation and a lot of bladed weapons after raiding a property in Barking (credit score: Met Police)
Three people have been arrested after police shut down two cannabis factories in Barking and Redbridge.
One man was arrested after police executed a warrant at an deal with on Charnwood Drive in South Woodford on Monday, 29 March.
The 29 year-old has subsequently been charged with cultivation of cannabis and abstraction of electrical energy. He is presently remanded in custody forward of a Crown Court look later in April.
Two extra males had been arrested after police raided a residential property on Arnold Road in Dagenham within the early hours of Tuesday, 6 April.
Officers from the Drugs Focus Desk, a part of the Violence Suppression Unit overlaying Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge, discovered round 125 full grown cannabis vegetation on the propety.
Cannabis associated cultivation tools was additionally discovered. All the vegetation and the tools had been eliminated to be destroyed, and a lot of bladed weapons had been additionally taken throughout the search.
The males, aged 47 and 24, had been arrested on suspicion of cultivation of cannabis.
They had been taken to an east London police station the place they had been subsequently launched on bail to return at a later date in mid-May.
Detective Sergeant Owen Morgan of the Drugs Focus Desk mentioned: “The sale and use of medication, and the crime related to them, is a blight on the lives of law-abiding people in our neighborhood.
“Working along with our accomplice businesses and making use of all the assets accessible to us, we are going to proceed to take all doable motion to disrupt and dismantle the actions of these producing and dealing medication.
“Our precedence is to minimise the unfavourable influence that the drug commerce can have on the standard of life for strange people dwelling, working and elevating their households in east London.”
For extra on this story, and the newest on our different native and nationwide information, hearken to Time 107.5FM
Tags: Havering, Redbridge, Dagenham, Barking, South Woodford