Five people have been charged with possession of cannabis for the purpose of distribution and cultivating illicit cannabis following last week’s discovery of about $35 million worth of cannabis east of Cobourg, Ont.
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Citing the Northumberland County detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police, Global News reports that both cannabis plants and products were discovered during the raid last Friday.
Following an investigation, officers executed a search warrant on the property in Alnwick-Haldimand Township. There, they found 6,281 weed plants whose estimated value is $6.2 million, 6,617 cannabis clones said to be worth $6.6 million on the street, 2,184 kilograms of cannabis bud potentially worth $21.8
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