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Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Jail warning for woman, 46, caught again growing cannabis at her Bradford home

Jail warning for woman, 46, caught again growing cannabis at her Bradford home

Jail warning for woman, 46, caught again growing cannabis at her Bradford home

A WOMAN who grew cannabis plants with a street value of more than £6,000 in the upstairs bedroom of her Bradford home has been warned she faces fail.
Deborah Flowers, 46, committed the offence while already serving a community order for a similar drugs charge from June last year, in which she admitted growing 20 cannabis plants to pay off rent debts of £2,500.
Bradford Crown Court was told today that police were called to Flowers’ address in Bertie Street, Cutler Heights, Bradford, on November 27 last year after reports of a domestic dispute.
One officer forced the door of an upstairs bedroom of the property and found eight cannabis plants, each standing a metre high.
Police estimated that the plants would each have yielded 90g of the drug, giving the grow a street value of £6,171.
Flowers had pleaded guilty to the production and possession of cannabis when she appeared at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates' Court last month.


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