Winnipeg Police Ordered to Reimburse Man After ‘Intentionally Damaging’ His Weed Equipment

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NEWS Winnipeg police ordered to reimburse man after ‘intentionally damaging’ his weed equipment Police cut up power cords and bent sheet metal to fit transport vehicle as they hauled illicit cargo away By David Yasvinski Cannabis based soaps are seen at an expo in Sandton on November 29, 2019. MICHELE SPATARI/AFP via Getty Images

Crime doesn’t pay. Unless the police intentionally break your equipment, then you might be in luck.

A Manitoba judge has ordered the Winnipeg Police Service to pay a man $3,514.30 after officers deliberately damaged his cannabis-growing equipment when they raided his home four years ago, CBC reports.

Patrick Walker was charged with producing marijuana and possessing the drug for the purposes of trafficking in August 2016. After he was sentenced, the court ordered his growing equipment to be returned to him. It was — badly damaged.

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