Police find cannabis plants at Grafton house, charges laid

A POLICE inquiry into a Grafton house has led to the the discovery of several cannabis plants.

About 10.30am yesterday, officers attended an address at Ford St, Grafton, in relation to unrelated enquiries.

Whilst at the premises, they observed seven juvenile cannabis plants growing in pots at the property. Police said the plants had a potential street value of $7000.

A 40-year-old female at the house assisted police with their enquiries and has since been charged with cultivating cannabis.

She will appear in Grafton Local Court at a later date.



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