Police Bring an End to 8,000-Plant Grow-Op in Small Township in Eastern Ontario

Article by David Yasvinski, Growth Op

NewsLegalization Police bring an end to 8,000-plant grow-op in small township in eastern Ontario Authorities arrest 11 and uncover more than $10,000 in cash and a pair of rifles in coordinated raid. Author of the article:David Yasvinski Eleven people face charges of cultivating, propagating or harvesting more than four marijuana plants, and possession of the proceeds of crime. PHOTO BY / PHOTO: OPP Article Sidebar Share TRENDING Tracking the London path of COVID-19, from firmly controlled to flaring up with Video Everything we know (so far) about Western University's COVID-19 outbreak with Video London weather: Autumn arrives Tuesday. Feel like it's already here, though Column: Will London mayor's 'angry dad' outburst wake up Western partiers? with Video Western COVID-19 Outbreak: Student reactions, in their own words with Video Article content Big grow-ops scan prout in small places.

Big grow-ops can sprout in small places.

Ontario police put a dent in the province’s resilient black market this week, arresting 11 people and seizing 8,000 pot plants in the small township of Brudenell, Lyndoch and Raglan.

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