Abandoned former boots storewas attacked by police, and when they entered, hundreds ofcannabisplants were found inside. ..
Officers destroyed a building on Queen Street in Burslem. We will reportStoke-on-Trent Liveon Monday, July 4th.
And now the city of Burslem is called "the cannabis capital ofStoke-on-Trent".
Staffordshire Policeis currently trying to find the gardener and brain behind the surgery.
A police spokesman said: "We are investigating after about 500 cannabis plants have been found in our office.
It spans multiple rooms and two floors. Western Power attends for an electrical bypass at the site. I was called to do. "
They added: "The police We are currently working on the establishment of a criminal. I would like to talk to someone who is responsible for growth and has information. "
Witnesses quote case number 229 on July 4th. You will need to call the police at 101 or anonymously at 0800555111 at Crimestoppers.
This is a cannabis candy thatthree brave criminals disguised as Nerds, Smarties, and Millions throughSnapchatandInstagram. } After clouding.
Reo Mangal (24 years old), Olivia Butler (24 years old), and Ceroan Mangal (35 years old) mailed "dangerous food" containing THC to addresses throughout the UK.
Meanwhile, in May, the Mayor of LondonSadiq Khanannouncedand set up a new organization to consider whether cannabis should be criminalized in the United Kingdom..
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The Mayor of London is in the capital to "investigate the effectiveness of drug law on cannabis." Established the first London Drug Commission in.
But the Labor Party is far from the plan, and a spokesman said the party "does not support changes to the drug law."
And the Minister of the InteriorPritiPatelbumped into this and tweeted. There is no power to legalize drugs. They ruin the community, tear the family apart, and destroy life.
Khan has no authority to criminalize drugs, but public figures have stated that they need to "reduce the enormous damage that illegal drugs cause to our communities."