Grow-ops dismantled in Enfield, Rawdon

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Grow-ops

Enfield RCMP have dismantled two sophisticated grow-ops in Enfield and Rawdon.

On May 2nd at 3:30 p.m. RCMP members from the Enfield Detachment executed search warrants simultaneously at residences on Highway 14 in Rawdon and on Edward Drive in Enfield.

Members seized a total of 385 plants; 244 marihuana plants from the Rawdon residence and 141 marihuana plants from the Enfield residence.

This was a joint effort involving Street Crime Enforcement Units (SCEU) from Enfield, Bible Hill, Windsor and members of Federal Operations.

Wherever grow-ops exist there is an increased risk of criminal activity and serious or irreparable damage to property. Grow-ops put communities at risk.

A male, 40, and a female, 19, both from the Centre Rawdon area are being charged with Production of Cannabis Marihuana The male is also being charged with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking. They will be appearing in Provincial Court in Shubenacadie on July 8th, 2013. 

The investigation is continuing and further charges are anticipated.

Organizations: Street Crime Enforcement Units, RCMP

Geographic location: Enfield, Bible Hill, Shubenacadie

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  • whatalark
    May 05, 2013 - 09:43

    what a pile of rubbish, it is more dangerous to have rcmp in your community than a light and a water tank, should be ashamed to have this on the "news" website

  • SeanJA
    May 03, 2013 - 15:32

    I am concerned about pot heads, especially the one that lives in the apartment below me and smokes non-stop in it. He has been asked repeatedly to stop. I am allergic to the smoke and have various other allergies as well. My dog doesn't like the fact that it smells like burning all the time and frequently attacks the floor and freaks out in the middle of the night.

  • just saying
    May 03, 2013 - 14:31

    no one cares about marijuana...lets hear about some coke/heroin/Meth/bath salts busts. The general public is not concerned about something that is considered a medicine to some. While alcoholism runs rampant through the province, keep locking pot heads up...genius!

    • nontoker
      May 04, 2013 - 18:44

      I agree fully. This is foolish. Just legalize it and save us some money. People are not going to be criminal if it's legal and anyone can grow it. I find it hard to believe there is so much BS going on over a silly plant that if smoked, you will get sleepy, hungry and maybe have conversations with friends about dumb topics. What is alcohol and tobacco doing that makes it so much better?