Chatham man arrested in £100,000 Margate cannabis farm bust

PUBLISHED: 10:34 02 November 2017




The suspect has since been released pending further investigation

A 24-year-old man from Chatham has been arrested following the discovery of a Cannabis farm.

Kent Policer officers searched a home in Margate on the afternoon of October 11 and seized 110 plants, predicted to have a potential value of more than £100,000.

The search followed a report of a disturbance at the address. No one was at the address when officers arrived and no arrests were made.

The suspect was later arrested on Sunday in Surrey on suspicion of drug-driving and possessing cannabis.

He was further arrested on suspicion of cultivating cannabis in Kent and has been released pending further investigation.

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