Joint-Police Probe Smashes $7M Grow-Op in Belleville

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Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open more share options Breadcrumb Trail Links News Legislation Legalization Joint-police probe smashes $7M grow-op in Belleville, Ont. The massive illegal grow was discovered inside a commercial building. Author of the article:Postmedia Staff Publishing date:Apr 14, 2021 • 5 hours ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation FILE: Coordinated police teams have uncovered a massive marijuana grow operation at a commercial building in the east end of Belleville. The grow-op contained an estimated 7,000 plants that when fully grown would be worth $7 million in street value. / FILE: Coordinated police teams have uncovered a massive marijuana grow operation at a commercial building in the east end of Belleville. The grow-op contained an estimated 7,000 plants that when fully grown would be worth $7 million in street value. / PHOTO BY BELLEVILLE POLICE

One of the largest marijuana grow-ops ever uncovered by police in joint operations in Belleville, Ont. has been uncovered in a warehouse-type building in the city’s east end, said city police Tuesday.

The joint police effort discovered the massive indoor pot farm inside the commercial building and a number of persons alleged to be connected were arrested.

Co-operation between Project Renewal, Belleville City Police, OPP Organized Crime Enforcement Bureau East Region and the Provincial Joint Forces Cannabis Enforcement Team resulted in the uncovering of the high-level crime operations.

Police teams “executed a cannabis act search warrant at an east-end commercial address in the city of Belleville. Over 7,000 plants were seized and four arrests were made,” said city police.

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