Police and drug squad personnel today carried out an extensive drug eradication operation between Waterford and Codrington, St. Michael in which 1,485 cannabis plants were seized.
So far, no arrests have been made, but in a brief statement lawmen reported that the plants, which were under cultivation, ranged in height from 2 inches to 1 foot.
“A drug eradication operation by the Drug Squad, and supported by the Police Marine Unit was conducted in a large area between the communities of Waterford and Codrington, St. Michael, and 1,485 cannabis plants were discovered under cultivation,” the statement said.
It noted that the operation was started at 6.30 am.
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