Stockton cannabis farm closed as police confiscated dozens of plants

Officials are investigating after a significant amount of cannabis plants was found at an address in Stockton.

About 75 plants were located and confiscated by the Stockton Neighborhood Policing Team from an address on Westcott Street on Sunday, October 10th.

The investigations after those responsible are ongoing.

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Chris Smiles, Stockton Neighborhood Chief Inspector, said, “We know cannabis farms can cause misery in our local communities.

“We will continue to work to disrupt and dismantle drug farms, and anyone with information about drug activity in their area is urged to call the police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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