BARBADIAN POLICE HOLD ERADICATION OPERATION AT POT HOUSE

Members of the Drug Squad assisted by members of the Barbados Defence Force conducted a drug eradication operation on Tuesday 03 September, 2013, at Pot House St. John, where 1,343 mature cannabis plants were discovered under cultivation. The plants were between 15 – 18 feet in height.

{SIMILARLY THEMED FILE IMAGE, DEMO ONLY - NEVIS} These plants were hidden in a heavily wooded location, and the area under cultivation was just over ¼ of an acre. The operation took over 8 ½ hours to complete due to the sizes of the trees, the difficulty of the terrain, and the size of the area under cultivation.

{SIMILARLY THEMED FILE IMAGE, DEMO ONLYNEVIS} These plants were hidden in a heavily wooded location, and the area under cultivation was just over ¼ of an acre. The operation took over 8 ½ hours to complete due to the sizes of the trees, the difficulty of the terrain, and the size of the area under cultivation.

The Force will continue to maintain vigilance in the realization that the cultivation of cannabis plants has grown. Anyone who has information on the cultivation of illegal plants can provide the information anonymously to the Drug Squad at 418-2631 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIPS (8477).

  • David Welch; Insp.

RBPF’s Pub. Relations Officer

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