A man has been arrested after a cannabis cultivation was found at a Cliftonville property today (September 9).
Following a report to police about concerns of suspected drug use in Northdown Road, officers from the Thanet Multi-Agency Task Force attended a property and found a cultivation of between 15 and 20 mature cannabis plants. These were dismantled, along with cultivation equipment which was also seized.
A 57-year-old man from Margate has been arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis and taken into custody while enquiries continue.
Sergeant Karl Rimmer from the Task Force said: “We appreciate how detrimental it can be to people’s wellbeing when illegal drug activity is taking place in their neighbourhood.
“Anyone with concerns regarding criminal or anti-social behaviour is encouraged to report it to Kent Police, either by dialling 101, or 999 if a crime is in progress, or by visiting our website.”
Thought something smelt a little funny.
Who was it?
“It wasn’t me” (said Shaggy).
Another farming enterprener that didn’t get his business plan quite right.
He should think himself lucky, it nearly went up in smoke.
he must be the only person in cliftonville thats working , he could probably have got a start up grant if he had asked sir roger.
i think cliftonville,s goings on would make a wonderful new tv series.trouble is no one would believe it !!!
Thank goodness the streets are a lot safer now.
Looks like that person got some skills. I’m sure these skills could be put to good use. I think the law needs to be changed! 2021
Good. Even if for some reason you think its okay, the people buying this stuff are often thieving to pay for it.