Indoor grow op dismantled in Barrington

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RCMP dismanted an indoor grow operation in Barrington and laid charges on a local man. 

Police in Shelburne County have dismantled an indoor marihuana grow operation in Barrington.

The RCMP Shelburne County Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU), assisted by members of the Barrington RCMP Detachment, executed a search warrant at a Barrington residence late Thursday, Feb. 7. An indoor marihuana grow operation was located inside the residence and dismantled by police. Thirteen mature marihuana plants were seized along with approximately 500 grams of harvested marihuana stalks and stems, and about 70 grams of marihuana bud.

 A 34-year-old Shelburne County man was arrested at the residence and later released.  He will be charged with Production of Marihuana and Possession of Marihuana for the Purpose of Trafficking and is scheduled to appear in Barrington Provincial Court on March 14.

 

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  • Michael MacDonald
    February 08, 2013 - 17:48

    What a very sad waste of our tax dollars. Sounds like a small personal medical marijuana garden to me. When are we going to stop this madness? The strong MAJORITY of Canadians do not want this to continue. Ruining this family's lives making them look like criminals for growing nothing more than the most therapeutically active, most medicinal plant known to mankind. This plant that nobody has ever died from in the history of mankind. Whoever this is, look up M.U.M.M. (Maritimers Unite for Medical Marijuana) on facebook.